There are three organizations I can happily write books on: American Express, Nordstrom and Apple. Amex first. I started using American Express (Amex) credit card in 2002 and since then, their services have always made my experience better. But there are few instances that are worth sharing. Episode 1: I purchased an Apple mouse with … Continue reading Guest Post : AmEXperience
Sports & CRM Applications : This Works Great Don’t feel surprised if an organization suddenly seems much more familiar with your tastes and preferences. Yes, this is actually grabbing attention these days. Recently, a well-known professional baseball team from Boston deployed a Sports CRM app. It rolled out the application in luxury sales only, which … Continue reading Sports and CRM
How many times have you seen a person trying to use a hammer while fixing a car’s engine, despite knowing the fact that he will not succeed? Or may be somebody trying to drive a nail from the rubberized side of a screwdriver, which is equally useless. We all know that every tool has a … Continue reading Misusing CRM : How to understand / avoid this
Currently reading a book called "Delivering Happiness". This is written by Tony Hsieh and it tells the story of Zappos.com, famous online shoe store which was acquired by Amazon sometime back. Even though this book is supposed to be a business history, it gives so many examples of how an exceptional customer service should be. … Continue reading Support Without Scripts
Do loyalty programs really work? What can be done to make them work? An article by CRMIT's Senior Director Naga Chokkanathan: Loyalty management is a big CRM topic. Every company wants their customers to remain loyal and give continuous business and share of their wallet. They introduce schemes like loyalty cards, points, gifts etc., to … Continue reading Loyalty Programs : Do they really work?