Alaska Business Monthly. Jan2024, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p42-44. 3p.
Customer relationship management software, Customer relationship management, Business networks, Businesspeople, Small business, and Kitchens
The article focuses on the transformation of the former Sourdough Mining Company restaurant in Anchorage into the headquarters of Flyntlok, a software development company led by Sean McLaughlin. Topics discussed include Flyntlok's growth, its unique cloud-based equipment and dealer management system (DMS), and the significance of repurposing historic structures for attracting talent in the high-tech startup industry.
KAZEMI, Bita, BAZRKAR, Ardeshir, and YADEGARI, Reza
Romanian Journal of Information Technology & Automatic Control / Revista Română de Informatică și Automatică; 2023, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p81-98, 18p
SOCIAL responsibility of business, ARTIFICIAL intelligence, CUSTOMER relationship management, BUSINESS-to-business transactions, PREPAREDNESS, and CUSTOMER relationship management software
The purpose of this paper was to investigate the relationship among technology readiness, the implementation of artificial intelligence-based customer relationship management, and the promotion of the corporate social responsibility of B2B companies active in Iran's auto parts supply industry. This study has an applicative nature and is based on the descriptive survey research method. The statistical population sample for this study included 247 people, all of them managers and senior experts at the analysed companies with at least 7 years of work experience. A questionnaire was applied for collecting research data, and its validity and reliability were confirmed through the combined reliability and Cronbach's alpha indices. After collecting the necessary data in order to test four research hypotheses, the structural equation modelling method was employed by using the SmartPLS software. The results for testing the first research hypothesis showed that technology readiness has a positive effect on corporate social responsibility and that it directly predicts 0.810 (81%) of the changes related to corporate social responsibility in the context of the analysed companies. Also, the analysis of the results obtained for testing the fourth research hypothesis showed that technology readiness through artificial intelligence-based customer relationship management has a positive effect on corporate social responsibility and that technology readiness indirectly predicts 0.493 (49.3%) of the changes related to corporate social responsibility. Based on this, it can be acknowledged that the analysed companies can take steps towards improving corporate social responsibility by increasing technology readiness, strengthening their communication technology infrastructure and also by improving customer relationship management capabilities through artificial intelligence. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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CUSTOMER relationship management, LIFE cycles (Biology), CUSTOMER relationship management software, and CUSTOMER services
In this paper, we are exploring about CRM and the work that has been done in this field in last 10-15 years. We have discussed about the Functional Areas, Divergent Perspectives, Models, Components, Programs and Life cycle of Customer Relationship Management. An analysis has also been included of what companies have gained by use of CRM. Then we discussed the modifications and changes that needed to be done in CRM and organization's website in order to shift from reactive customer service to pro-active customer service. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]