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    Increasing Customer Wallet Share Increasing Customer Wallet Share Presentation Transcript

    • Increasing Customer Wallet Share Dushyant Pandya, salesforce.com VP, Product Strategy Track: Financial Services
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    • Agenda
      • Salesforce.com focus in Banking
      • Commercial Banking SunTrust Bank
      • Consumer Banking Wells Fargo Bank
      • Q&A
    • Financial Services Firms Are Choosing On-Demand
    • Financial Services Industry Trends Trends Competitive Pressure Rapid Change Approach Focus on Organic growth Simplicity for customers Goals
    • Increasing Wallet Share to Increase Profitability The average cost for acquiring a new customer: $3,500 US Source: American Bankers Association Source: Deutsche Bank Research 2005 Attract New Customers and Grow Successful Relationships Number of services used Margin Index Years Contribution Margin Customer Tenure The Importance of Customer Retention
    • Challenges to Growing Revenue Ineffective Selling Weak Lead Generation
      • No Systematic Sales Process
      • Can’t Integrate Process to CRM
      • Inconsistent Performance of “B” Reps
      • Poor Lead Quality & Conversion
      • Marketing-Sales Gap
      • Weak Sales Pipeline
      Common Sales Problems Poor Visibility
      • Missed Revenue Goals
      • Inaccurate Sales Forecasts
      • Lack Predictability
      Poor Productivity
      • Wasted Time
        • Reporting
        • Finding Information
        • Managing Change
      • Weak Sales Pipeline
      • Not Enough Time with Customers
    • Rick Davis Senior Vice President and Manager, Commercial Information Services [email_address]
    • SunTrust Bank Profile
      • Seventh Largest Bank in US
      • 1700 branches
      • $179 billion in assets, $122 billion in deposit
      • Serves 5 million households
      • 550,000 business clients
      INDUSTRY: Banking EMPLOYEES: 35,000 GEOGRAPHY: Southeast US PRODUCT(S) USED: SFA, Service & Support # USERS: 2700
    • Key Strategy and Business Objectives
      • Strategy
        • Big bank capabilities delivered through local relationship managers
        • Deliver products through client’s financial life-cycle
        • Local responsiveness
        • Execution: Relationship Management Model
      • Business Objectives
        • Maximize Wallet Share
        • Faster Customer Acquisition
    • Key Challenges
      • Business Challenge
        • Lack of focus on high value activities
        • Lack of sales visibility
        • Inconsistent relationship planning
        • Inconsistent cross-LOB partnership
      • Technology Challenge
        • Lack of platform infrastructure and single-view applications
        • Poor support of business processes and best-practices
        • Rising IT costs and ownership issues
        • 22 back-end systems
      • Poor customer service
      • Inefficient use of selling time
      • Lost cross-sell opportunities
      • Poor execution resulting from lack of detail visibility
    • Solution: Drive Consistent Sales Process
      • Sales Teams
      • 1 2 3 Call Planner
      • Senior Management on Key Accounts
      • How is Salesforce used?
        • Streamlined call, pipeline and forecast management across product lines
        • Comprehensive and targeted campaigns
        • Reduced ramp-up time for new RMs
        • 66% reduction in meeting time
      SunTrust RM productivity is in top two quintiles in the industry
    • Solution: Relationship Planning
      • Client Understanding
      • Relationship Plans
      • How is Salesforce used?
        • Repository for relationship plans and annual updates
        • Predict profitability of activities and focus on high-value activities
        • Track and manage client activity relative to revenue generated
        • Effectively leverage best-in-class sales force to foster full relationship management
    • Solution: Cross LOB Partnership: 360 Degrees
      • Referral tracking
        • Capital Market
        • Treasury Management
        • Private Wealth Management for business owners and key executives
        • SunTrust @ Work
      • Different profiles for different LOBs
      • How is Salesforce used?
        • Single org, open sharing model
        • Using Opportunities to track Referrals
        • Opportunity profile can help RM gauge opportunities for cross LOB referral
      Relationship Manager incentives are directly tied to new business production, portfolio profitability and cross-LOB partnership
    • Improvement in Lead Relationships
      • Sales force helped by:
        • Better client information
        • Improved follow-up and action steps
        • Strong pipeline management
    • Result: Increased Wallet Share
      • Increased Fees
        • Capital Markets: 67% increase – $ 61.9 million
        • Treasury management fees: 29% YOY increase
      • Referral Improvement
        • Loans: 5%
        • Personal Wealth Management: 31%
        • Aspiration: Improve wallet share from 28% to 40% over next 3 years
    • Key Success Factors
      • Management buy-in
      • Aligned with strategic objectives
      • Ability to support cross-LOB business processes and best-practices
      • Customization and configuration capabilities towards rapid deployment
      • Ease of use drives high adoption rate
    • Basil Fedynyshyn VP, Consumer Credit Group
    • Wells Fargo Bank Consumer Credit Group Profile
      • One of the largest and fastest growing providers of home equity, personal credit and student loan accounts
      • Combined portfolio of $95 billion
      • Serving more than 4 million customer households
      • Number one prime home equity provider within Wells Fargo banking states
      INDUSTRY: Banking EMPLOYEES: 153,500 GEOGRAPHY: US PRODUCT(S) USED: SFA, Service & Support # USERS: 335
    • Key Strategy
      • More effectively leverage online channel to grow business
      • Integrated sales process between online and telesales
      • Provide exceptional customer experience
        • Know your customer
        • Timely response
        • Managed expectations
      • Improve sales performance
        • Volume of leads
        • Right party contacts
        • Book loans to applications
        • Sales Agents productivity
    • Key Challenges
      • Business Challenge
        • Increasing competition in a consolidating market
        • Scaling processes to effective and efficiently support rapidly growing business
        • Speed-to-Market is critical to retain and grow market share
        • Leveraging interactions into sales opportunities
        • Lack of visibility into sales and retention metrics
      • Technology Challenge
        • Lack of automated tools
        • Speed to deployment
        • Flexibility to adapt to a changing environment
        • Security & privacy
      • Missing opportunity to convert online interactions into sales opportunities
      • Timely, cost effective use of aggregators
      • Automated sales tools
      • Comprehensive view of sales pipeline
      • Effective sales agent follow-up
    • The Solution
      • Incrementally deploy Salesforce to meet critical needs while proving viability and value
        • Piloted and then deployed Leads and Task to support inbound and outbound sales efforts
        • Implemented web to lead for more timely response
        • Built automated skills-based lead assignment
        • Interfaced with Genesys and Avaya with CTI
        • Leveraging Opportunities to manage ales sales pipeline
        • Piloting with other Lines of Businesses
        • Leveraging Campaigns to manage sales programs
        • Integrating legacy systems with API and web services
      • Establish formal administration and support
        • Change management environment
        • Architecture framework (i.e. object model, integration methods, risk controls)
        • Implementation guidelines (i.e. UI, naming)
      • Products implemented : SFA, SSS
      • # Users : 300 going to 500
      • Training : Developed in house
      • Business Units : Consumer Credit Group: Direct to Consumer and Customer Management with pilots for Mortgage and Financial
      DEPLOYMENT DETAILS
    • Lead & Campaign Management WF.com & 3 rd parties sites WF Marketing Auto Dialer Auto Assignment Inbound ( Direct, Internal Transfer ) & Outbound
      • Online leads send email and contacted in < 5 minutes
      • Optimized delivery of leads to agents through multiple methods
      • Real time tracking of lead source volumes and results
      Introduction
    • Contact Management Task Reminders CTI Dialing & Auto Noting
      • Improved customer experience “ Know the customer”
      • Consistent execution of contact strategy
      • Enhanced agent productivity
      • Real time tracking of agent performance
      Follow-up Communications Customer & Account Systems
    • Pipeline Management Event Monitor / Task Creator
      • Managed customer expectation
      • Reduced loan processing time
      • Real time monitoring and managing of sales pipeline
      Task Monitoring & Escalation Loan Processing System
    • Results
      • Grew online leads 5 x
      • Increased RPC rate 300%
      • Improved sales agent productivity 10 to 15%
    • Key Success Factors
      • Clear vision that aligned business strategy, capabilities model and technology roadmap
      • Strong partnerships with salesforce.com and Deloitte Consulting
      • Engaging users in interactive development effort
      • Rapid deployment without dependency on IT
      • Incremental investment with small up front commitment
      • Flexibility to quickly adapt to key learning and changing environment
      • Ability to scale and integrate with other systems
    • Summary
      • Increasing Customer Wallet Share Requires
        • Ability to support cross-LOB business processes
        • Ease of use and incentives to drive participation
        • Customization and configuration that implements firm specific best practices
        • Rapid deployment to bring more LOB for increasing return
    • Dushyant Pandya VP, Product Strategy Rick Davis Senior Vice President and Manager Basil Fedynyshyn Consumer Credit Group QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION
    • Don’t miss …
      • Financial Services Expo
      • Open Throughout the Conference
        • Meet the Experts
        • Hands-On Demos
        • Visit our Partners
      • Birds of A Feather
      • Lunchtime 11:30 – 2:00pm, Tuesday
      • Lunch Area behind Financial Services Expo
          • Network with Peers
          • Discuss Industry News
          • Lunch and Learn
      • Meet the Financial Services Product Managers
      • Tuesday, 3:45 – 4:45, Meeting Room B, 2 nd Floor
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        • Provide feedback
        • Learn about our product & strategy.
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