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The Two Faces of Risk: Cultivating Risk Intelligence for Competitive Advantage
You needn’t be a seer or sage to perceive risk@it’s as predictable and devastating as a Florida hurricane and as far-reaching as a corporate scandal. But you do

customer risk  coupons in exchange for customer names and email addresses, only to discover that its new customers jealously guard their privacy and are reluctant to divulge personal data. “Organizations that are most effective and efficient in managing risks to both existing assets and to future growth will, in the long run, outperform those that are less so. Simply put, companies make money by taking intelligent risks and lose money by failing to manage risk intelligently.” This failure to anticipate and

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Customer Care and Billing (CC&B)

Customer care and billing (CC&B) solutions typically support providers of utilities, telephony, cable, or other services providing companies. CC&B software includes functionality for mediation, provisioning, rating, reporting, financial systems, and billing for voice, data, content, and utility services. 

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Customer Choices for Achieving Growth


Some will say that the Big Few are in for quite a gamble, given that these market leaders are to introduce a product or concept that directly challenges the model that has led to their success so far.

customer risk  Choice Turning towards existing customer bases as a mainstream of revenue can be a gamble. While the odds may be better for the Big Few, (vendors with over 20,000 customers and revenue of at least $1 billion USD), as some will argue, there is still notable risk involved. After all, these market leaders want to introduce a new product or concept that will directly challenge the model that has made them successful so far. There is certainly no guarantee (or even a strong indication) that a configurable Read More

Managing Risk through Financial Processes: Embedding Governance, Risk, and Compliance


Initiatives to automate and streamline financial processes often focus more on reducing costs than adding value. Adding the kind of value you should have in your financial processes stands at the heart of a broader initiative known as governance, risk, and compliance (GRC). Learn why embedding the components of GRC within your financial processes can help you track financial flows and alert you when things might go awry.

customer risk  a strategic focus on customer service. In Unilever?s case, risk management was focused on issues such as currency exposure, brand health, customer service levels, cash management, inventory management and stock obsolescence, as well as the collection of receivables. Unilever viewed the enhancement of its financial processes as part of a larger initiative to put new tools into the hands of managers, which pushed GRC responsibilities into the ranks and gave managers the ability to act on risk and Read More

I-Impact Predicts Your Customer Retention!


More and more, the market is requesting that a CRM or an ERP application include analytics which can be used in a myriad of businesses to predict customer behavior and help businesses increase the effectiveness of their customer acquisition, retention, and cross-sell programs. It is a costly operation to develop such functionality from scratch. Vendors like I-Impact offer packaged application providers the opportunity of a shortcut.

customer risk  Impact Predicts Your Customer Retention! Event Summary Data warehouses and analytics have been around for a number of years, but never has their presence proven to be more crucial than now. For years businesses have been gathering tons of data from interactions with their customers, suppliers, and other related service providers. Both back-office enterprise resource planning (ERP) and front-office customer relationship management (CRM) systems have played a vital role in collecting these terabytes of Read More

Good Customer Service Is Simple


Outstanding customer service is a competitive advantage. Most companies salute good customer service as a key objective. But in its simplest form, what is good customer service? Olin Thompson lays down some basic requirements for businesses and explains the role of business processes in supporting good customer service.

customer risk  The key to good customer service is a mutual understanding with your customers on what they should expect. If they have higher expectations than you can deliver, they will be dissatisfied; you may lose a customer, or go from being a preferred supplier to an occasional supplier. If they have lower expectations, you may have an easier job of meeting them, but you are also at risk of being replaced by a supplier who will provide better service. About the Author Olin Thompson is a principal of Process ERP Read More

Using IBM Customer Analytics Solutions to Improve Acquisition Efforts


IBM Customer Analytics solutions provide powerful but easy to use business analytics capabilities, such as predictive analytics, reporting, planning, budgeting, and forecasting for both beginning and advanced users. These solutions can help you improve marketing campaigns and build profitable, long-term customer relationships.

customer risk  IBM Customer Analytics Solutions to Improve Acquisition Efforts IBM Customer Analytics solutions provide powerful but easy to use business analytics capabilities, such as predictive analytics, reporting, planning, budgeting, and forecasting for both beginning and advanced users. These solutions can help you improve marketing campaigns and build profitable, long-term customer relationships. Read More

A Customer Relationship Management Solution Aims To Cover all the Bases


Surado Solutions aims to provide a complete customer relationship management suite. We'll analyze Surado CRM 5.0 from the perspectives of core functionality, its distinguishing factors, and the challenges users may face when considering the Surado solution.

customer risk  Customer Relationship Management Solution Aims To Cover all the Bases Company Information Surado Solutions Inc ., founded in 1995, is a privately held company based in Riverside, California (US), and offers a suite of customer relationship management (CRM) solutions. Surado aims to provide a complete CRM suite, rather than a modularized solution targeted towards departmental delivery. Its goal is to build full-featured, integrated, and multifaceted systems, as well as out-of-the-box solutions. The vendor Read More

The Customer Relationship Management Vision: It Starts with Relationships


An alarming number of companies get on the wrong track when creating a customer relationship management (CRM) vision. Outlined here are four steps that take the mystery out of what makes an effective CRM vision. The secret? It’s all about people and relationships.

customer risk  Customer Relationship Management Vision: It Starts with Relationships Originally published - December 19, 2007 When it comes to the creation of a customer relationship management (CRM) vision that truly serves to enhance the customer experience, so many organizational leaders are trapped within their own understanding of what that vision entails. Consider the following statistic: of all CRM programs initiated, roughly 70 percent involve a great solution but a bad implementation plan, resulting in poor Read More

Perfect Orders: Improving Customer Satisfaction and Financial Results


Manufacturers and distributors must keep two groups satisfied—customers and owners. They are connected—what improves the satisfaction of one group can impact the satisfaction of the other. Only through measuring the satisfaction of both groups can these sometime conflicting groups be balanced. Owners watch earnings and return on investment. One way to measure customer satisfaction is with the perfect order index.

customer risk  Orders: Improving Customer Satisfaction and Financial Results The management of any company has two key groups to satisfy. The first is customers. If your customers are not satisfied, they stop buying your product. The second group is owners (shareholders, co-op members, family, etc). If this group is not satisfied, management is replaced or the business is sold or even shut down. Dissatisfaction on the part of either of these groups is a major pain for management. To improve the satisfaction of Read More

Best Market Practice for Calculation and Reporting of Wrong-Way Risk


This paper explores approaches for quantifying wrong-way risk (WWR), a natural extension of the risk management methodologies used to calculate credit value adjustment (CVA) measures. It also recommends the best practices for incorporating WWR into trade pricing and meeting regulatory requirements.

customer risk  Market Practice for Calculation and Reporting of Wrong-Way Risk This paper explores approaches for quantifying wrong-way risk (WWR), a natural extension of the risk management methodologies used to calculate credit value adjustment (CVA) measures. It also recommends the best practices for incorporating WWR into trade pricing and meeting regulatory requirements. Read More

Operational Risk Management in the World of Big Data


Today, with operational risk emerging as a primary risk threat in all major economies, market players are looking to the potential of big data as a primary driver of next-generation operational risk management. Drawing on current IBM research in the field of big data, this paper shows how operational risk solutions can harness the potential of big data to inform risk management scenarios and analytics.

customer risk  Risk Management in the World of Big Data Today, with operational risk emerging as a primary risk threat in all major economies, market players are looking to the potential of big data as a primary driver of next-generation operational risk management. Drawing on current IBM research in the field of big data, this paper shows how operational risk solutions can harness the potential of big data to inform risk management scenarios and analytics. Read More

Infor Finds Its Customer Engagement Rhythm


Infor recently unveiled Infor Rhythm for Commerce, a global, scalable, and secure cloud-based e-commerce and customer engagement platform, now complemented with compelling designs from Infor’s own Hook & Loop creative agency. Read more about the platform and how it came to be in this blogpost.

customer risk  Finds Its Customer Engagement Rhythm Infor recently unveiled Infor Rhythm for Commerce , a global, scalable, and secure cloud-based e-commerce (and even more, customer engagement) platform, now complemented with compelling designs from Infor’s own Hook & Loop creative agency. Infor Rhythm includes top-notch software for storefronts, product configuration, recommendations, upsell and cross sell, pre-packaged Infor ION integrations to order management, faceted search, content management, layout, and Read More

IBM OpenPages Operational Risk Management


This video introduces the IBM OpenPages GRC Platform and, specifically, the Operational Risk Management module.

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Minimize Customer Churn with Analytics


With IBM Business Analytics solutions for customer churn, communications service providers (CSPs) can understand sentiment and identify social influencers, analyze structured and unstructured content to predict the likelihood of churn, drive revenue through personalized offers and tailored bundles, and create new programs to attract new customers and boost average revenue per user.

customer risk  Customer Churn with Analytics With IBM Business Analytics solutions for customer churn, communications service providers (CSPs) can understand sentiment and identify social influencers, analyze structured and unstructured content to predict the likelihood of churn, drive revenue through personalized offers and tailored bundles, and create new programs to attract new customers and boost average revenue per user. Read More

Managing Performance, Risk, and Compliance for Better Business Results


Confronted by globalization and volatile markets, today’s companies face a challenging and often risky business climate. Explore how to ensure alignment between your company's strategic objectives and risk management/compliance policies; how to mitigate all types of business risk and maintain a proper risk/reward balance; and how to ensure continuous compliance with regulatory requirements and internal policies.

customer risk  efficiently and improve the customer experience by helping you: Drive risk and compliance activities (this paper) Manage cash more systematically Run leaner operations Get closer to your best customers Optimize your human capital Protect and nurture your brand Build a best-run IT organization Gain deeper insight from your business information Such practices can deliver a true competitive advantage - even in today's economy. Benchmarking - The Facts of the Matter The insights presented in this paper are Read More