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Re-Envisioning Customer Value

Re-Envisioning Customer Value

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Published by Brian Solis
Given their apparent inability to control conversations on platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, organisations often react to social media as a disruptive force—something they must monitor for damaging outbursts of negative comment, rather than engage with as a source of potential value. But Brian Solis, a customer engagement expert, believes that organisations can exert more control than they think.
Given their apparent inability to control conversations on platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, organisations often react to social media as a disruptive force—something they must monitor for damaging outbursts of negative comment, rather than engage with as a source of potential value. But Brian Solis, a customer engagement expert, believes that organisations can exert more control than they think.

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Published by: Brian Solis on Jul 15, 2012
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Re-envisioning customer value
A report from the Economist Intelligence Unit Sponsored by SAS
 
Re-envisioning customer value
© Economist Intelligence Unit Limited 2011
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Preface 2Executive summary 3Introduction 4From critics to champions 5Relationships with customers are changing 6Widening customer value through changing business practices 8Serving customers more profitably? 10Sustaining scalable customer valuation 12Establishing return on investment 14Conclusion 15
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© Economist Intelligence Unit Limited 2011
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Preface
Re-envisioning customer value
is an Economist Intelligence Unit report sponsored by SAS. It delvesinto the implications that new measures of customer value carry for businesses, investigating theopportunities and risks that companies face.To develop the report, we conducted in-depth interviews with business executives and thought leaders.We would like to thank all interviewees for their time and insight.The Economist Intelligence Unit conducted the analysis and wrote the report. The findings and viewsexpressed in the report do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsor. Neil Baker is the author of thereport, and Brian Gardner is the editor.May 2011

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