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Regardless of approach, Constellation recommends that executives approach CRM modernization with a lens that accounts for including tangibles, intangibles and contingencies in the calculations of business value. Using the Constellation Business Value Framework, organizations can quickly compare the four paths of CRM modernization and determine the most appropriate path.
The four paths to modernization include: Stay with status quo Organizations may choose to continue business as usual. The catalysts for change include major events such as new business models, merger and acquisition, or regulatory requirements.
Status quo includes keeping the system as is. Most organizations in this category have either really good adoption or overbought and barely take advantage of existing capabilities.
Backers of the status quo scenario find little business value justification and line of business support in making any changes. Many line of business executives and CIOs gain peace of mind knowing that their CRM landscape remains consolidated on one or two platforms and can deliver the power of an integrated core. Move to shiny new CRM Organizations may choose to stay with their existing vendor to avoid any mass changes in training, adoption and implementation costs.
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Another popular option will be to do a full out rip and replace. The financial wonks will weigh the cost of a reimplementation against the cost of doing nothing — status quo and making an upgrade with an existing vendor.
CIO-led organizations will want the power of an integrated core and minimize point solutions. Consolidate CRM and augment with best-of-breed Organizations may choose to consolidate their CRM environment and surround with best-of-breed applications. Augmentation with third-party solutions with an integrated core not only ensures that business users gain critical functionality, but also provides users with leverage in future contract negotiations.
Basic business questions must be addressed in every Social CRM initiative Despite the massive scale of collected, fragmented data, Social CRM initiatives complement other relationship management initiatives in asking and answering key questions such as: Do we know the identity of the individual?
Can we tell if there are any apparent and potential relationships? Are they advocates or detractors?
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What products and services have been purchased in the past? Have we assessed how much credit risk we can be exposed to What pricing and entitlements are customers eligible for? Organizations seek automation technologies to resolve master data issues. Master data management MDM provides a set of technologies that address the acquisition, cleansing, enrichment, and distribution of data. Resolve matching of a broad range of data types. Organizations will want to associate individuals to products, services, orders, contracts, incidents, location, etc.
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Deliver consistent and accurate enrichment of data. Organizations will want to append trusted data sources, hierarchies, and relationship information to cleansed information. Provide timely synchronization in federated environments.
Organizations can expect their data to be federated as social media tools and SaaS deployments push data beyond centralized repositories.