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Building CustomerLoyaltyByBolaji OkusagaManaging Director, The Quadrant Company
Who is the Customer?  The Customer is that person or Institution that   makes a demand for your products or service   off...
What does the CustomerWant?  The CUSTOMER seeks for the satisfaction of   his / her needs in the market.  The PRODUCERS ...
Perfect Market: The OldOrder  In an imperfect market, where the DEMAND for   specific products or services outweighs   SU...
Enter the          Era ofImperfect          Markets  With globalization, increased innovation and its   attendant atmosph...
The Demands of aCustomer Service Culture Global exposure to technology and skilled Man power,  led to the advent of produ...
Enter the Era ofMaxi-Marketing...  Noting that traditional marketing with its emphasis on   Product, Place, Price and Pro...
CRM: The New Reality  Customer Loyalty is crucial in the drive at year   on year profit.  For a company to stay solvent ...
What is CustomerLoyalty?  Customer loyalty describes the tendency of a   Customer to choose a product or service over   a...
Retaining the Loyalty ofthe Customer – WhatImperatives? compare you with your  If your Customer could   competitor in ter...
Moving the Conversationaway from Price to Value    PRODUCER /  SERVICE PROVIDER                                   CUSTOMER...
How To Sell on Value  Value delivery is the basis of the existence of   businesses.  However, given the gradual decline ...
Selling on Value: Casesfrom the Masters DELL   Cut off the middleman in the distribution of Computer   Hardware and Custom...
Selling on Value: TheNigerian Experience ZENITH BANK   Redefined the concept of Banking in Nigeria by   introducing On-Lin...
How to Get There  It is proven that innovation based on   technology or efficiency in production not   targeted at the cu...
What Does it Take?    UNDERSTAND WHAT YOUR CUSTOMER     REALLY VALUE     You may find that product cost is a small     co...
What Does it Take? 2. DEVELOP FLEXIBLE MARKET     OFFERINGS   No Company can satisfy all Customer segments   with the same...
What Does it Take? 3. COMMUNICATE YOUR VALUE   PROPOSITION  You need to educate Customers about the  elements of your valu...
What Does it Take? 4. BE OPEN AND HONEST       A lot of People believe that transparency is     an enemy of profit. They r...
What Does it Take? 5. DEVELOP A CUSTOMER DATA-   MINING PROCESS  Customer data and models based on this data  can help inf...
Parting Shot! “ It is much less costly to generate   Customer Loyalty and retain   Customers, than to deploy marketing   m...
Thank You.
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  1. 1. Building CustomerLoyaltyByBolaji OkusagaManaging Director, The Quadrant Company
  2. 2. Who is the Customer?  The Customer is that person or Institution that makes a demand for your products or service offering.  A Customer is the target for specific products or service and helps add value to an enterprise through the demand he / she makes of specific offerings.  The Customer is the most crucial actor in the marketing process because there can be no marketing without the Customer.
  3. 3. What does the CustomerWant?  The CUSTOMER seeks for the satisfaction of his / her needs in the market.  The PRODUCERS of goods and services seek to satisfy the desire of Customers for value in return for profit.  The CUSTOMER demands the value inherent in the consumption of products or services and also gives value to the PRODUCER in the process.
  4. 4. Perfect Market: The OldOrder  In an imperfect market, where the DEMAND for specific products or services outweighs SUPPLY, producers are usually price-makers, who make little effort to woo the Customer.  This situation occurs in a monopoly or an oligopoly.  Here, producers dictate their terms and Customers strive to meet these terms.
  5. 5. Enter the Era ofImperfect Markets  With globalization, increased innovation and its attendant atmosphere of fierce competition, where monopolies like Microsoft and Oligopolies such as Coca-Cola, IBM, Nestle and PepsiCo are now facing stiff competition from emerging enterprises in China and India, the era of price-makers in perfect markets are over.  The death of perfect markets has led to a new era where competitive edge is not only driven by product quality but by distribution, delivery and customer service innovation.
  6. 6. The Demands of aCustomer Service Culture Global exposure to technology and skilled Man power, led to the advent of product parity in most industry and the consequent erosion of rigid customer loyalty. Price now became a big consideration in choosing between competing brands and products. In this dispensation, consumers became price- grabbers, shopping for price and not out of loyalty. However given the need for differentiation beyond price and product quality, companies now started to innovate in the area of product delivery, turn-around time and Customer service. This shifted emphasis away from Total Quality Management (TQM) to Total Relationship Commitment (TRC) and redefined the whole concept of Marketing.
  7. 7. Enter the Era ofMaxi-Marketing...  Noting that traditional marketing with its emphasis on Product, Place, Price and Promotion, does not adequately address Customer needs, Maxi-marketing a blueprint centered around Customer Relationship Management (CRM) emerged.  Customer Relationship Management is a process or methodology used to learn more about customers needs and behaviours in order to develop stronger relationships with them.  CRM as a process which brings together pieces of information about customers, sales, marketing effectiveness, responsiveness and market trends, helps to shape a Company’s Business Strategy
  8. 8. CRM: The New Reality  Customer Loyalty is crucial in the drive at year on year profit.  For a company to stay solvent and profitable, it must manage its customer churn rate and increase its customer retention capacity.  To drive this strategic intent, Companies must court the Customer by meeting or surpassing his expectations through availing the Customer a robust value proposition well beyond the competition.
  9. 9. What is CustomerLoyalty?  Customer loyalty describes the tendency of a Customer to choose a product or service over another. Note the use of the word "choose" .  Though; customer loyalty becomes evident when choices are made and actions taken by Customers. Customers may express high satisfaction levels with a company in a survey, but satisfaction does not equal loyalty.  Loyalty is demonstrated by the actions of the Customer; Customers can be very satisfied and still not be loyal.
  10. 10. Retaining the Loyalty ofthe Customer – WhatImperatives? compare you with your  If your Customer could competitor in terms of your product and price, would you be better off?  Companies generally need to know two key principles about customer decision making: 1. Customers never buy solely on price even tough we think they do. 2. Prices may be transparent to Customers, but value is usually opaque. By building a Customer service culture, companies build added value to their offerings.
  11. 11. Moving the Conversationaway from Price to Value PRODUCER / SERVICE PROVIDER CUSTOMER VALUE-SELLING A Customer An Efficiency Relationship driven Value PROFIT Expectant Value Equation Proposition
  12. 12. How To Sell on Value  Value delivery is the basis of the existence of businesses.  However, given the gradual decline in the differentiation of offerings based on quality, value delivery in most industry began to wear the toga of monotony and stasis.  Value delivery soon became defined in terms of product delivery, distribution and Customer service innovation.  Product and Service delivery based on the understanding of Customers changing needs and attitude became the order of the day.
  13. 13. Selling on Value: Casesfrom the Masters DELL Cut off the middleman in the distribution of Computer Hardware and Customized offerings to suit individual Consumers, thereby beating competitors like HP, Compaq and IBM. PEPSICO Shifted emphasis from the production of carbonated soft drinks to production of energy drinks and other related offerings in order to take advantage of changes in trends and consumption attitude, thereby beating a competitor like Coca-Cola in terms of profit.
  14. 14. Selling on Value: TheNigerian Experience ZENITH BANK Redefined the concept of Banking in Nigeria by introducing On-Line-Real-Time Banking and Convenience Banking before it became the minimum standard of entry thereby beating Competitors like Guaranty Trust and Diamond Bank. EKOCORP Redefined health care delivery in Nigeria by being the first publicly quoted Hospital. Through its access to funds from the capital market, it was able to raise enough funds to procure state of the art medical equipment and hire experienced personnel thereby raising the bar in private health care delivery.
  15. 15. How to Get There  It is proven that innovation based on technology or efficiency in production not targeted at the customer do not positively affect the bottom-line.  Most profitable innovation therefore are built around the Customer.  This is because the Customer is at the core of Value Delivery and Profit Maximization.  It is therefore essential to build a Customer centric value delivery process in order to engender loyalty.
  16. 16. What Does it Take?  UNDERSTAND WHAT YOUR CUSTOMER REALLY VALUE You may find that product cost is a small component of the customer’s total cost and that price is only one of the many variables that customers consider. To build loyalty you most understand the Customer’s Life Time Value (LTV) and align this with your Product’s Lifecycle.
  17. 17. What Does it Take? 2. DEVELOP FLEXIBLE MARKET OFFERINGS No Company can satisfy all Customer segments with the same offering. Companies need to create flexible market offerings. These are bundles of products, service and information that Customers can configure and customize to suit their priorities. Companies sometimes bundle services with their product, but the truth is that not all Customers value these services. Allow Customers to choose the service they value and pay for only what they use.
  18. 18. What Does it Take? 3. COMMUNICATE YOUR VALUE PROPOSITION You need to educate Customers about the elements of your value proposition in order for them to fit these into their equation. Without this, your sales force will only use price as its competitive weapon. There is therefore the need to educate your customers on the economic benefits of the Non-Price-Variables embedded in your offering.
  19. 19. What Does it Take? 4. BE OPEN AND HONEST A lot of People believe that transparency is an enemy of profit. They reason that Customers will take advantage of better information to drive down prices and profit, but the truth is that there can be no loyalty where there is no trust and trust is better built in an open and honest relationship. TRANSPARENCY: THE CALL CENTRE PROFITABLE INFORMATION
  20. 20. What Does it Take? 5. DEVELOP A CUSTOMER DATA- MINING PROCESS Customer data and models based on this data can help inform you of customers most likely to respond and become loyal, no matter what kind of front-end marketing program you are running or how you "wrap it up" and present it to the customer. The data will tell you who to promote to, and how to save precious marketing naira in the process of creating customers who are loyal to you.
  21. 21. Parting Shot! “ It is much less costly to generate Customer Loyalty and retain Customers, than to deploy marketing money in the quest at attracting new Customers”
  22. 22. Thank You.
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