Prof. Dr. Ed Peelen is hoogleraar Direct Marketing/CRM op Business Universiteit Nyenrode en partner van het Rotterdamse adviesbureau ICSB Marketing en Strategie. Hij heeft bedrijfseconomie gestudeerd aan de Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam en heeft zich na zijn studie onder andere gespecialiseerd in relatie- en direct marketing, op welke onderwerpen hij in 1989 is gepromoveerd.Meer over de auteurs
Customer Relationship ManagementPaperback Engels 2013 9780273774952
Most businesses know that how they manage their relationships with their customers is vital to their success. Yet the field of Customer Relationship Management lacks proper academic coverage. Ed Peelen’s Customer Relationship Management is the only comprehensive academic text in English to cover the entire scope of CRM. This fully updated second edition cements its position as essential reading for anyone who wants to understand this continually evolving field.
Addressing the strategic, organisational, commercial and technological aspects of CRM, Peelen brings a social psychology perspective, blending theory and practice to aid a full understanding of the subject. The book is geared towards advanced undergraduates and MBA students, but is ideal for anyone taking courses in Customer Relationship Management, Relationship Marketing, Direct Marketing or Database Management.
Ed Peelen is one of the founders and partners of ICSB, a consulting firm in marketing and strategy. He was Professor of Marketing at the Centre for Marketing and Supply Chain Management, and the Executive Management Development Centre at Nyenrode Business University, the Netherlands.
Rob Beltman is also a partner at ICSB.
'CRM has gone through many changes and developments over the years. But a constant factor is the inspiration Ed Peelen provides by combining solid theoretical knowledge with practical examples and business applications.'
Hans Zijlstra, Head of Customer Insight, Air France-KLM
'This book recognises the major shortcomings of most CRM books − that is, the focus on the tactical, systems approach to managing customers. This book establishes the need for CRM strategies not only to be developed, but to be consistently used as an aid to long-term organisational profitability.'
Dr John Oliver, Associate Professor, The Media School, Bournemouth University, UK
'This book inspired me during the defining process … of our CRM implementation at PricewaterhouseCoopers in the Netherlands. The book kept me on track and saved me from operational pitfalls. This CRM "bible" provides vision in establishing the backbone of any company’s CRM programme.'
Gerard Struijf, Chairman PvKO (Platform for Customer-Centric Entrepreneurship), former Senior Manager CRM, PricewaterhouseCoopers, the Netherlands
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Chapter 1: Customer-Supplier Relationships
Chapter 2: Customer Relationship Management
Part 2: Strategy and Organisation
Chapter 3: CRM as an integral business strategy
Chapter 4: The relationship oriented organisation
Part 3: Intelligence
Chapter 5: Customer knowledge strategy
Chapter 6: Customer data management
Chapter 7: Data analyses and datamining
Chapter 8: Segmentation and selections
Chapter 9: Retention and cross-sell analyses
Chapter 10: Management reporting: measuring, learning and optimising
Part 4: Marketing
Chapter 11: The customer proposition
Chapter 12: The relationship policy
Part 5: Channels
Chapter 13: Multi-channel management
Chapter 14: Personal selling
Chapter 15: Online environment
Chapter 16: Contact Centre Management
Part 6: CRM Systems and their implementation
Chapter 17: CRM systems
Chapter 18: Implementation of CRM systems
Chapter 19: The future
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