The value of knowledge -- in particular customer relationship knowledge -- is only just being appreciated. The dot.com revolution is spearheaded by companies whose worth is measured not by profits but by the extent of their customer databases and their ability to mine that information. Companies will spend more that 5 billion pounds on new CRM applications by 2002. 55% of companies plan to review Sales and Marketing systems within 12 months; 33% will purchase new, 22% will upgrade. But software is only about 25% of the cost. The real cost (and risk) is in implementation, and particularly with your key customers; Ken Burnett's book focuses on getting your KCRM implementation right. Implement your KCRM strategy now.qKnowledge, it is said, is power. Through this book Ken Burnett empowers readers to gain an insight into 'know-what' and 'know-how' aspects of customer knowledge management. If your business is on a 'bleeding edge' then this book will transform it into a 'leading edge'.q--Sultan Kermally, Author of qWhen Economics Means Business, q and an Associate Lecturer in Knowledge Management, Open University Business SchoolqThroughout the book, the author demonstrates his extensive experience and mastery of this important subject. This book will be invaluable to the practitioner manager as well as students of marketing or business strategy.q--Peter Woolliams, Ph.D. Professor of International Business, Anglia Business SchoolqKen Burnett writes with the easy style and grace of a business man who has been there and done that ... and is gracious enough to let us in on the secret.q--Ron Springer, Vice-President Sales (Americas), Arca Xytec Systems Inc.Through this book Ken Burnett empowers readers to gain an insight into a#39;know-whata#39; and a#39;know-howa#39; aspects of customer knowledge management. If your business is on a a#39;bleeding edgea#39; then this book will transform it into a a#39;leading edgea#39;.
|Title||:||The Handbook of Key Customer Relationship Management|
|Publisher||:||Financial Times Management - 2001-01|