Course DescriptionThis course provides students with a working knowledge of the principles and best practices for managing customer relationships that result in unsolicited testimonials and relationship annuities. Students learn how to quantify customer orientation and how to develop relationship-driven customer management systems based on the judicious use of resources born from a decisive strategic plan. Topics include customer profiling, market segmentation, customer service, retention, relational databases, and CRM software. Students are encouraged to participate in discussions on current and generally unpredictable trends, return on investment from sales and marketing expenditures, and how popular myths propel the uninitiated to obscurity and extinction. The course is intended for students and business professionals who have taken one or more courses in personal selling, marketing, market research, product development, the physiology of why people buy, and advertising.
Course OutlineIntended for students who have taken one or more courses in personal selling, this course equips students with the best practices for managing customer relationships that result in continued returns.
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