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Right or wrong, the customer is always the source of prosperity. Since your business depends on satisfying, keeping and increasing your customers, you’ll be glad to know their happiness is in your hands. Stanley A. Brown and Moosha Gulycz describe how to start and run an effective Customer Relationship Management (CRM) program. First, understand your customer and your organization. Then, commit to improving quality, ever striving up hill. Though they stop blessedly short of saying, "just hire us," the authors/consultants explain how to use CRM techniques and measurement tools. The principles are familiar, but the detail-rich text uses visuals, questionnaires and case studies for deeper, hard-core teaching. All this nitty-gritty isn’t for amateurs, so knows the target customers for this book: managers involved in customer relations; this door is for staff only.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How and why to build an ongoing Customer Relationship Management (CRM) program;
  • How to use performance-based programs to manage your customer relationships, organizational activities and quality service; and
  • Which information tools you need to meet your CRM goals.

About the Authors

Stanley A. Brown is a partner in PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) consulting practice. He leads PwC Consulting’s International Center of Excellence in Customer Care. He is a frequent speaker on customer care and the author of six books on customer service. Moosha Gulycz leads the Canadian CRM Integrated Multichannel Solutions/Call Center consulting practice at PwC Consulting.



CRM: The Basics
Performance driven Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is an ongoing system based on continuous improvement. Organizations use it to sustain lasting customer relationships. You can employ CRM to get a better understanding of your current and potential customers and...

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