Customer Relationship Management

Marketers use customer relationship management tools to create marketing programs that satisfy customers Customer relationship management involves three stages: customer acquistion, customer retention, and customer reacquisition Customer relationship management Overall process of building and maintaining profitable customer relationships by delivering superior customer value and satisfaction Information technology and database systems Customer contact brands or companies…

Marketing: Customer Relationship Management

Customer relationship management (CRM): The overall process of building and maintaining profitable customer relationships by delivering superior customer value and satisfaction. (Software that keeps your files, banking systems have all your information stored). The software can be assessed from wherever because its on the companies server. CRM entails cultural changes: CRM is an overall company…

Marketing: Distribution and Supply Chain

Nature and importance of marketing channels: Marketing channel: the set of individuals or firms involved in the process of making a product available. Intermediaries: Individuals or firms performing a role in the marketing channel, involved in making a product available. Functions performed by intermediaries: –          Transactional function: This is done when they buy and sell…

Market research & development

Marketing information system (MIS): A set of procedures and processes for collecting, sorting, analyzing, and summarizing information on an ongoing basis. Market research: The process of collecting and analyzing information in order to recommend actions to improve marketing activities. Research classifications: Exploratory research: Preliminary research conducted to clarify the scope and nature of the marketing…

Marketing: Values, beliefs and attitudes

Learning: Behavioral learning: The process of developing automatic responses to a type of situation built up through repeated exposure to it. Marketers use: Stimulus generalization: Using the same brand name to launch new products is a common application. Stimulus discrimination: Ability to perceive differences among similar products. Cognitive learning: Involves making connections between two or…