This paper discusses Customer Relationship Management in two sharply contrasting business cultures: the United States and Russia. Included in the present work is a case study of a midsized American financial services firm that illustrates a common path to the decision to have a CRM system: the planning, selection, and the implementation of the CRM program, including a discussion of the likelihood of success. The clients in this case are Financial Advisors, who in turn sell the investment products to the end user individual investors. CRM in Russia is yet in its infancy as the economy emerges from 200 years as a pure commodity economy with little customer service much less customer relationship management as part of management philosophy. The study concludes with implications and suggested research.
Journal of Technology Research
Scholarly Commons Citation
Curtis, T., Griffin, T., & Barrere, D. (2009). CRM in Russia and U.S. -- Case Study from American Financial Service Industry. Journal of Technology Research, 1(April). Retrieved from http://commons.erau.edu/db-management/13