The technological wave is making products smarter and changing what consumers buy, how they buy, and where their loyalty goes. Enterprise One to One
can help your business stay in front of the wave. Our current technology makes it easy for businesses to build customer relationships. Businesses can now treat different customers differently; however, it's important to know how each customer wants to be treated. Peppers & Rogers explain how to harness technology to achieve competitive advantages in customer loyalty and unit margin. They show you how you can tell customers apart, remember them individually, and have them give feedback directly to you. They also display how mass customization technology enables businesses to customize products and services as a matter of routine. Enterprise One to One
explains what kinds of strategies are applicable to what kinds of businesses and under what circumstances; how to retain customers and increase your share of each customer's business; how to create entirely new markets of individual customers who have diverse needs; how to make the transition to the interactive age, taking advantage of new technologies without being threatened by them.
From Library Journal
In their latest collaboration, following the best-selling The One to One Future: Building Relationships One Customer at a Time (Doubleday, 1993), the authors emphasize the changing state of advertising competition from mass-media strategies to a one-on-one, individual approach. The ability to identify outstanding customers, made available by computerization, allows companies to bargain directly with the most likely candidates for their products. The one-on-one marketer establishes that relationship by offering a high-quality product or service geared to a customer's needs. The authors illustrate their ideas with many specific examples, and footnotes identify sources. At once practical and academic, this challenging title should be considered by academic, public, and special libraries that serve business or students of business of any age. (Index not seen..-?Littleton M. Maxwell, Univ. of Richmond, Va.
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