1 Informatics For Business Administration 3.1 Definition 3.2 Operational and Analytical CRM 3.3 Marketing the source of valuable customer data 3.4 The core processes CRM 3.5 CRM software 3.6 A CRM Implementation Roadmap 3.7 CRM Suites Examples Chapter 3 Customer Relationships Management (CRM) Prof. univ.dr. Vasile Avram
2 3.1 Definition A customer requires three things from a company: -The products on offer must fulfill his requirements; -The products must be available in the required quantity and quality; -The products must be available at an acceptable price. Successful Companies C R M Satisfied Customer Win new customers; Maintain customer (maintain long-term loyalty)
3 3.1 Definition All company area (production, logistics, accounting, sales & distribution, service, marketing) must work together very closely to gather, maintain (update), evaluate, and apply customer data using all communication channels (Multichannel Customer Interaction). Successful Companies C R M Satisfied Customer Company Areas resource planning UD All areas must have a standardized view of customer data irrespective of the business partner and method of communication RD
4 3.1 Definition All company area (production, logistics, accounting, sales & distribution, service, marketing) must work together very closely to gather, maintain (update), evaluate, and apply customer data using all communication channels (Multichannel Customer Interaction). Successful Companies C R M Satisfied Customer Company Areas resource planning UD All areas must have a standardized view of customer data irrespective of the business partner and method of communication RD
5 3.1 Definition The CRM can be categorized in one of the types [Bf-12][PR-04]: Type of CRM Strategic Dominant characteristic Strategic CRM is a core customer-centric business strategy that aims at winning and keeping profitable customers. It is focused in the development of a customer-centric business culture. Operational Operational CRM focuses on the automation of customer-facing processes such as selling, marketing and customer service and customer supporting-processes. Analytical Analytical CRM focuses on the intelligent mining of customer-related data (found in internal data repositories such as sales, financial, marketing, and service data and in external data sources) for strategic or tactical purposes. Collaborative Collaborative CRM applies technology across organizational boundaries with a view to optimizing company, partner and customer value.
6 3.1 Definition A definition of customer relationship management (CRM) is The infrastructure that enables the delineation of an increase in customer value, and the correct means by which to motivate valuable customers to remain loyal (to buy again). 1 The purpose of CRM is to enable businesses to track and manage all of their customer interactions over the lifetime of the customer relationship. CRM is a business strategy, and companies typically use a CRM software system as a technology platform to help implement their CRM strategy, processes, and procedures. 2 1 CRM Handbook, The: A Business Guide to Customer Relationship Management, by Jill Dyché, Addison Wesley Professional, August 09, Working with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0, Second Edition, by Jim Steger; Mike Snyder, Microsoft Press, March 10, 2008
7 3.1 Definition CRM models The IDIC model. The IDIC model was developed by Peppers&Rogers and the model suggests that companies should take four actions in order to build closer one-to-one relationships with customers: Identify who your customers are and build a deep understanding of them; Differentiate your customers to identify which customers have most value now and which offer most for the future; Interact with customers to ensure that you understand customer expectations and their relationships with other suppliers or brands; Customize the offer and communications to ensure that the expectations of customers are met.
8 3.1 Definition CRM models CRM value chain model. Francis Buttle s model has an end goal represented by enhanced customer profitability that can be attained by : primary stages represented by customer portfolio analysis, customer intimacy, network development (SCOPE), value proposition development, and managing the customer lifecycle; supporting conditions of leadership and culture, data and IT, people, and processes to enable CRM strategy to function effectively and efficiently
9 3.1 Definition CRM models The QCi model. The QCi model (shown in figure) is also a product of a consultancy firm as IDIC is. The model s authors prefer to describe their model as a customer management model, omitting the word relationship. At the heart of the model they depict a series of activities that companies need to perform in order to acquire and retain customers. The model features people performing processes and using technology to assist in those activities.
10 3.1 Definition CRM models Payne s five-process model. The fourth comprehensive model was developed by Adrian Payne. This model clearly identifies five core processes in CRM: the strategy development process, the value creation process, the multichannel integration process, the performance assessment process and the information management process. The first two represent strategic CRM; the multichannel integration process represents operational CRM; the information management process is analytical CRM.
11 3.1 Definition CRM models The Gartner competency model. The final comprehensive CRM model comes from Gartner Inc. the leading IT research and advisory company that employs some 1200 research analysts and consultants in 75 countries, and has a significant place in CRM research.
12 3.2 Operational and Analytical CRM CRM categories: - Operational (touching customers); - Analytical (understanding the customer). Figure 3.1 Operational and Analytical CRM
13 The minimal requirements for CRM applications are: - Gather and manage customer data; - Standardized view for all areas; - Easy to understand and operate; - Adaptable to current market conditions; - Integration with other systems. AND all that must run in a learning relationship: Gather DATA about The Customer Which builds stronger CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS Objective: Build customer value (revenue, profitability, and satisfaction) Convert to INFORMATION to Differentiate Customers Use to CUSTOMIZE each Offer Communication Interaction (Source: CRM Handbook, The: A Business Guide to Customer Relationship Management, by Jill Dyché, Addison Wesley Professional,2001)
14 Figure 3.3 Analytical CRM as sum of its parts
15 Companies with both operational and analytical CRM capabilities are changing business strategies to: - Reward customers with personalized discounts for using lower-cost channels; - Proactively offer products and services that fit a given customer's needs based on what the customer has already purchased; - Increase purchase rates by dynamically personalizing content based on the Web visitor's profile; - Adjust per-customer marketing expenditures based on lifetime value scores;
16 - Analyze combinations of touchpoints across channels to predict a customer's next likely purchase; - Relate high Web traffic to individual visitors and customer segments to better understand Web use and improve Web design; - Tailor commissions and incentive programs for sales partners based on the value of the customers they bring; - Prevent a customer from churning by offering incentives based on individual preferences; - Provide customers in the highest value tier with personal representatives who understand their history and preferences.
17 Marketing the source of valuable customer data Figure 3.3 Marketing Evolving - Marketing tiers The goal of CRM in marketing is to move C-level customers up to B- level customers and B-level customers up to A-level customers and to motivate A-level customers to stay that way indeed, to buy more.
18 Successful marketing tactics use the results from customer interactions to improve future interactions, paving the way for highimpact decisions such as these: - Shifting marketing dollars toward campaigns more likely to generate high responses; - Understanding the characteristics of high-value customers, finding such characteristics in customers who have a high value potential, and changing interactions accordingly; - Improving the effectiveness of high-cost channels (such as face-toface sales) to maximize their revenue streams; - Institutionalizing personalized communications for specific customer segments; -Understanding research and purchase patterns and further delineating segmentation criteria to improve future interactions or stimulate one-to-one marketing.
19 The core processes CRM The notion of achieving a higher level of customer satisfaction and creating lasting customer relationships requires robust processes and efficient linkages between company and customer (CRM), company and employees (ERM), and company and partners (PRM). For industry specific software the CRM processes are typically very customerfocused, built around the needs of a particular business unit or organizational entity. CRM CRM success requires effective marketing, sales, and service to customers. The goal is to share a single view of the customer across all touchpoints and interactions before, during, and after the sales cycle. Marketing Sales Service Customer Segmentation Sales Force and Forecast Management Service Delivery Campaign Management Account Management Inquiry and Service Resolution Marketing Content Management Opportunity Management Customer Satisfaction Measurement Customer and Transaction Analysis Order Management
20 ERM Employee relationship management Planning and Management Training and Development Communication and Information Support Performance Management Training Management Content Design Project Management Compensation Management Competency Management Content Delivery Employee Help Desk Support Departmental Budgeting Hiring and Recruiting Employee Management Time and Expense Management
21 Partner relationship management (PRM) PRM allows partners to operate as an extension of the company Partner Relationship Management Marketing Sales Services Partner Lifecycle Management Channel Marketing, Planning, and Analysis Market Development Fund Management Collaborative Management Campaign Opportunity Management Account Management Service Delivery Customer Satisfaction Measurement Partner Incentive Programs Hiring and Recruiting Employee Management Performance management Time and Expense Mgmt
22 CRM software Requirements for CRM software applications: Gather and manage customer data; Offer a standardized view for all area; Be easy to understand and use; Be adaptable to current market conditions; To can be integrated with other applications; To support evaluations.
23 CRM software Call Center (Contact Centers) Contact Center includes subsystems such as: - Call Routing uses the automatic call distribution that follows one of the models: Load balancing ; Precision call ; Interactive voice response (IVR); Automated speech recognition. - Contact Center Sales Support - Web-based Self-Service - Customer Satisfaction Measurement - Call-Scripting - Cyberagents - Workforce Management.
24 CRM software Marketing Sales and Distribution (SD) - include bar code processing, order entry, order processing, sales and marketing, sales management, sales force automation, distribution management, warehousing, freight and trucking, import/export, mail order, point of sale and wholesale trade Sale Force Automation (SFA) Sales and Territory Management Contact Management
25 A CRM Implementation Roadmap
26 CRM Suites Enterprise CRM suites (revenues > $1 billion/year and/or > 1,000 employees): - full range of functionalities; - can scale to serve large user populations; - offer support for multiple languages and countries. Almost of the leading players offers hosted and SaaS deployment options.
27 CRM Suites Midmarket CRM suites (SMB market - revenues < $1 billion/year and/or < 1,000 employees): - offer a breadth of CRM functionalities ( have more limited capabilities in specific areas); - simpler to use than solutions built for the enterprise market. - variety of deployment options (on premise license, hosted, and SaaS).
28 CRM Suites CRM specialty tools solutions with specialty capabilities (enterprise + midmarket) such as: marketing automation, sales force automation (SFA), customer service, partner channel management and collaboration, customer analytics, and customer data management.
29 CRM Suites Q CRM Large Organizations (Source: Forrester Research Inc.) Article:
34 SAP example solution: Internet Sale Source: SAP System Landscape Optimization, Andreas Schneider-Neureither [Ed.], SAP Press,
35 SAP example solution: mysap CRM Interaction Center Source: SAP System Landscape Optimization, Andreas Schneider-Neureither [Ed.], SAP Press,
36 SAP Customer Relationship Management - CRM Without Compromise: A Strategy for Profitable Growth, SAP_15840.pdf
38 There are several categories of application software: - Back-office; Front-office; ERP; - eapplications. Figure 1.4 The extended company and management of customers and suppliers relationships (Source: Internet Technologies for Business - Business categories and models in Internet, Vasile Avram,
39 References 1. CRM Handbook, The: A Business Guide to Customer Relationship Management, by Jill Dyché, Addison Wesley Professional, August 09, Working with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0, Second Edition, by Jim Steger; Mike Snyder, Microsoft Press, March 10, Essentials of Management Information Systems, Kenneth C Laudon, Jane P Laudon, Fifth Edition, Prentice Hall, Sams Teach Yourself SAP in 24 Hours, Third Edition by George W. Anderson; Tim Rhodes; Jeff Davis; John Dobbins; Andreas Jenzer, Sams, August 06, SAP System Landscape Optimization, Andreas Schneider-Neureither [Ed.], SAP Press, 6. [PR-04] Don Peppers, Martha Rogers, Managing Customer Relationships. A strategic Framework, John Wileey & Sons, [Bf-12] Francis Buttle, Customer Relationship Management, Routledge,
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