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  • Marketing Information Systems and Market Research
  • Why is information needed?
    • To evaluate performance
    • To make timely decisions
    • To make future plans and strategies
  • What is a Marketing Information System (MIS)?
    • A marketing information system consists of people, equipment, and procedures to gather, sort, analyze, evaluate, and distribute needed, timely, and accurate information to marketing decision makers.
  • Information Needs Probes
    • What decisions do you regularly make?
    • What information do you need to make these decisions?
    • What information do you regularly get?
    • What special studies do you periodically request?
    • What information would you want that you are not getting now?
  • Internal Records
    • Order-to-payment cycle
    • Sales information system
    • Databases, warehousing, data mining
    • Development of a ‘Marketing intelligence system’
  • Steps to Improve Marketing Intelligence
    • Train sales force to scan for new developments
    • Motivate channel members to share intelligence
    • Networking
    • Utilize government data sources
    • Collect customer feedback online
    • Purchase information
  • Secondary Commercial Data Sources
    • From syndicated research companies and government sources
  • Sources of Competitive Information
    • Independent customer goods and service review forums
    • Distributor or sales agent feedback sites
    • Combination sites offering customer reviews and expert opinions
    • Customer complaint sites
    • Public blogs
    • Social networks
  • Environmental Forces contributing to MIS
    • Demographic
    • Economic
    • Socio-cultural
    • Natural
    • Technological
    • Political-legal
  • Population and Demographics
    • Population growth
    • Population age mix
    • Ethnic markets
    • Educational groups
    • Household patterns
    • Geographical shifts
  • Economic Environment
    • Income Distribution
    • Savings, Debt, and Credit
  • Social-Cultural Environment
    • Views of themselves
    • Views of others
    • Views of organizations
    • Views of society
    • Views of nature
    • Views of the universe
  • Natural Environment
    • Shortage of raw materials
    • Increased energy costs
    • Anti-pollution pressures
    • Governmental protections
  • Technological Environment
    • Pace of change
    • Opportunities for innovation
    • Varying R&D budgets
    • Increased regulation of change
  • Marketing Research
  • Why do we need to do marketing research?
    • Marketers want insights to help them interpret past performance as well as plan future activities.
    • They need: timely, accurate and actionable information about consumers and competition for launch and/or growth.
  • Market Research is all about:
  • Definition
    • Systematic design, collection, analysis and reporting of data and findings
    • relevant to a specific marketing situation facing the company
  • Good Market Research can result in Good Business !
  •  
  • But Marketing Research Jargon can be confusing..
  • Let’s make it simpler..
    • Marketing research is the function that links ,
    • the consumer,
    • customer,
    • and public to the marketer
    • Research
    • comprises defining problems,
    • Formulating hypothesis or suggested solutions
    • Collecting, organizing, and evaluating data
    • Making deductions and reaching conclusions
    • And at last carefully testing the conclusion to determine whether they fit the formulation
  • Sources of Information
    • Secondary Data
    • Primary Data
    • Basic types of data:
    • Quantitative: Census, housing, social security as well as electoral statistics and other related databases.
    • Qualitative: Semi-structured and structured interviews, focus groups, field notes, observation records and other personal, research-related documents.
  • Classification of research
    • Basic research
    • Applied research
    • a) Problem solving research
    • b) Problem identification research.
  • Problem Solving Research
    • Segmentation research
    • Product research
    • Pricing research
    • Promotion research
    • Distribution research
  • Problem Identification Research
    • Market potential research
    • Market share research
    • Image research
    • Forecasting research
    • Business trend research
  • Why marketing research has evolved and grown ?
  • Answer:-
    • Managers are separated from their final consumers
    • Managers needs information from their final consumers
  • Managers are separated from their final consumers Manufacturer Retailer Services Org. Final Consumer Mkt. Manager
  • Managers needs information from their final consumers Manufacturers Retailers Suppliers Customers Needs And Wants
    • Customer group
      • Consumer
    • Employees
    • Shareholders
    • Suppliers
    MARKETING RESEARCH
    • Controllable Marketing Variables _______
      • Product
    • Pricing
    • Promotion
    • Distribution
    • Uncontrollable
    • Environmental Factors
      • Economy
    • Technology
    • Competition
    • Law and Regulations
    • Social and culture Factors
    • Political Factors
    Assessing Information Needs Providing Information Marketing Decision Making
    • Marketing Managers
      • Market Segmentation
    • Target Market Selection
    • Marketing Programs
    • Performance and Control
    • The role of marketing research in managerial decision making is explained further using the framework of the DECIDE model:
    • _________________________________________________
    • D — Define the marketing problem
    • E — Enumerate the controllable and uncontrollable
    • decision factors
    • C — Collect relevant information
    • I — Identify the best alternative
    • D — Develop and implement a marketing plan
    • E — Evaluate the decision and the decision process
  • Applications of Marketing Research
    • Pricing Research
    • Product Research
    • Concept Testing
    • Positioning Research
    • Customer Satisfaction Research
    • Branding Research
    • Advertising Research
    • Market Segmentation
    • Sales Analysis
  • Types Of Research
    • Descriptive vs. Analytical
    • Applied vs. Fundamental
    • Quantitative vs. Qualitative
    • Conceptual vs. Empirical
    • Descriptive :-
    • Also known Statistical Research
    • Includes survey & facts
    • What age group buying a particular brand
    • Analytical :-
    • Use facts or information already available to analyze the cause of problem
  • Applied Research
    • Designed to solve practical problem of the modern world
  • Fundamental Research
    • Driven by a scientists in a scientific question
    • The main motivation is to expand Man’s knowledge, not to create or invent something
    • Quantitative:-
    • Used to measure how many people feel, think or act in a particular way
    • Qualitative :-
    • Used to help us understand how people feel and why they feel as they do
    • Conceptual :-
    • Related to some abstract ideas or theory
    • It is generally used by philosopher and thinkers to develop new concepts or to reinterpret existing ones
    • Empirical :-
    • Relies on experience or observation alone, often without due regard for system & theory
  • Characteristics of a good marketing research:
    • Use of more scientific methods
    • Cost and benefits
    • Use of the Statistical method
    • Alternative course of action
  • Research Instruments
    • Questionnaires
    • Qualitative Measures
    • Technological Devices
  • Questionnaire Do’s and Don’ts
    • Ensure questions are free of bias
    • Make questions simple
    • Make questions specific
    • Avoid jargon
    • Avoid sophisticated words
    • Avoid ambiguous words
    • Avoid negatives
    • Avoid words that could be misheard
    • Use response bands
    • Use mutually exclusive categories
    • Allow for “other” in fixed response questions
  • Question Types - Dichotomous In arranging this trip, did you contact American Airlines?  Yes  No
  • Question Types – Multiple Choice
    • With whom are you traveling on this trip?
    •  No one
    • Spouse
    • Spouse and children
    • Children only
    • Business associates/friends/relatives
    • An organized tour group
  • Question Types – Likert Scale
    • Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: Small airlines generally give better service than large ones.
    •  Strongly disagree
    • Disagree
    • Neither agree nor disagree
    • Agree
    • Strongly agree
  • Question Types – Semantic Differential American Airlines Large ………………………………...…….Small Experienced………………….….Inexperienced Modern……………………….…..Old-fashioned
  • Question Types – Importance Scale
    • Airline food service is _____ to me.
    •  Extremely important
    • Very important
    • Somewhat important
    • Not very important
    • Not at all important
  • Question Types – Rating Scale
    • American Airlines’ food service is _____.
    •  Excellent
    • Very good
    • Good
    • Fair
    • Poor
  • Question Types – Intention to Buy Scale
    • How likely are you to purchase tickets on American Airlines if in-flight Internet access were available?
    •  Definitely buy
    • Probably buy
    • Not sure
    • Probably not buy
    • Definitely not buy
  • Question Types – Completely Unstructured What is your opinion of American Airlines?
  • Question Types – Word Association What is the first word that comes to your mind when you hear the following? Airline ________________________ American _____________________ Travel ________________________
  • Question Types – Sentence Completion When I choose an airline, the most important consideration in my decision is: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.
  • Question Types – Story Completion “ I flew American a few days ago. I noticed that the exterior and interior of the plane had very bright colors. This aroused in me the following thoughts and feelings.” Now complete the story. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  • Question Types – Picture (Empty Balloons)
  • Qualitative Measures
    • Word association
    • In-depth interviews
    • Brand personification
    • Story completion
    • Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)
  • Sampling Plan
    • Sampling unit: Who is to be surveyed?
    • Sample size: How many people should be surveyed?
    • Sampling procedure: How should the respondents be chosen?
  • Contact Methods
    • Mail questionnaire
    • Telephone interview
    • Personal interview
    • Online interview
  • Pros and Cons of Online Research
    • Advantages
    • Inexpensive
    • Fast
    • Accuracy of data, even for sensitive questions
    • Disadvantages
    • Low response rate
    • Technological problems
    • Inconsistencies
  • Barriers Limiting the Use of Marketing Research
    • A narrow conception of the research
    • Poor framing of the problem
    • Late and occasionally erroneous findings
    • Personality differences
  • What are Marketing Metrics?
    • Marketing metrics are the set of measures that helps marketers quantify, compare, and interpret marketing performance.
  • Marketing Metrics
    • External
    • Awareness
    • Market share
    • Relative price
    • Number of complaints
    • Customer satisfaction
    • Distribution
    • Total number of customers
    • Loyalty
    • Internal
    • Awareness of goals
    • Commitment to goals
    • Active support
    • Resource adequacy
    • Staffing levels
    • Desire to learn
    • Willingness to change
    • Freedom to fail
    • Autonomy
  • What is Marketing-Mix Modeling?
    • Marketing-mix models analyze data from a variety of sources, such as retailer scanner data, company shipment data, pricing, media, and promotion spending data, to understand more precisely the effects of specific marketing activities.
  • The Measures of Market Demand
    • Potential market
    • Available market
    • Target market
    • Penetrated market
  • Estimating Future Demand
    • Survey of Buyers’ Intentions
    • Composite of Sales Force Opinions
    • Expert Opinion
    • Past-Sales Analysis
    • Market-Test Method
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