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Connected CRM

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The disruptive factors in business today are numerous, but the most important one for many organizations is the behavior of their customers. They quickly adopt new technologies, move between online and offline media and channels, and constantly reinvent the interaction paradigm before we finish building the prior one. Organizations must at once deal with an ever-changing landscape while activating their brands and engaging customers for the long haul. They utilize customer insights to deliver the brand experiences that their target customers desire, in hopes of creating competitive differentiation.

Today, there are three macro trends that are changing the marketing landscape: the digitization of media and channels; the proliferation of social media networks at scale; and the ability for consumers to access media anytime, anywhere. Marketers are responding with data-driven, digital customer strategies and a collective business model transformation.

 
 

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Craig Dempster Introduces Connected CRM

 

The CMO is now at a critical junction. We must make the connection between customer centricity and business strategy, leveraging the intersection of big data, analytics, and technology to build customer experiences that result in long-lasting, profitable relationships. This approach is called Connected CRM (cCRM)™. Connected CRM is a systematic way to identify, serve and retain customers based upon their value better than competitors through orchestrated customer interactions that improve financial results, create competitive advantage, and drive shareholder value.

 
 

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CEO David Williams presents Connected CRM

 

These competencies comprise a clearly rationalized framework that is at the heart of cCRM. It is widely adopted at all levels of the organization and forms an ongoing process for complete enterprise implementation. Fundamentally, the approach is the same for every organization, with three seemingly simple steps: developing the strategy; building the infrastructure; and effecting the operational changes necessary to implement. But it’s anything but simple. There are so many aspects to consider, not only in terms of media mix, but brand positioning, product strategy, channel planning, customer dynamics, sales and service experiences, and so on. As soon as we start looking at CRM as a “customer” conversation as opposed to a “media or campaign” conversation, we have to consider all these factors that influence the customer and the value associated with them. We see the framework in five fundamental components; three customer-specific functions and two types of enablers.

 

Connected CRM Framework

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The framework reflects the requirements for making cCRM a reality. It begins with enterprise segmentation that supports the customer strategy and forms the basis for planning based on customer value metrics. An integrated targeting and customization competency supports media and channel planning for personalized experience delivery. And a strong financial management competency utilizes measurement and attribution techniques to enable media and channel budget application.

The infrastructure that enables an enterprise cCRM process encompasses the data, systems, tools and technologies required for ongoing management and execution. The organizational alignment to the approach is equally important. It requires changes to leadership and management decision rights; changes to workgroups and how they collaborate; and empowered top talent with the right incentives.

 

   

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