Social Customer Relationship Management (Social CRM)

@article{Alt2012SocialCR,
  title={Social Customer Relationship Management (Social CRM)},
  author={R. Alt and O. Reinhold},
  journal={Business \& Information Systems Engineering},
  year={2012},
  volume={4},
  pages={287-291}
}
  • R. Alt, O. Reinhold
  • Published 2012
  • Computer Science
  • Business & Information Systems Engineering
The interaction between Internet users is at the heart of the Social Web, which has seen a rapid growth in recent years. [...] Key Result From a CRM perspective, this represents a shift from the traditional indirect customer contact through sales representatives, customer advisors, and call center agents towards a direct customer contact with consumers. Remarkably, more credibility is attributed to the postings and opinions of other users than to corporate communication: in a survey among 4,230 German Internet…Expand
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