__________ marketing refers to the process of developing solid knowledge about customers and their likes and dislikes by tracking and using the pattern and content of communications to and from the customers.
B. Customer focused
__________ refers to the ability of a business to identify and target individual customers, as with pointcast technologies.
Prior to the emergence of relationship marketing, business researchers and practitioners emphasized the importance of understanding and implementing practices that promoted a company’s ability to:
A. bring a product to market.
B. complete transactions.
C. compete in the marketplace.
D. increase product prices.
__________ exists when an interaction between two parties indicates cooperative actions undertaken for mutual benefit; that is, the customer becomes an active partner in creating the nature of the exchange.
C. A continuum
D. A collaborative orientation
Which of the following is NOT one of the fundamental shifts in the ways that business researchers and practitioners address business exchange?
A. From a competition focus to a cooperation focus
B. From a discrete, company-based focus to a networked focus
C. From a relational exchange focus to a transactional focus
D. From a product focus to a person focus
By integrating and analyzing stored data, through a process known as data __________, businesses can better match targeted offers to customer needs and expectations.
Customer __________ management is the oversight of the set of interactions between a company and its customers, from initial contact through customer support.
A. lifetime value
C. life cycle
__________ is exhibited as willingness to rely on an exchange partner, based on perceptions of the partner’s reliability and integrity.
A(n) __________ is a software agent that can learn a customer’s preferences, and then carry out search actions that match this knowledge with knowledge of other user’s preferences.
A. search engine
B. recommender system
C. CRM system
D. smart card
Which of the following is NOT an expectation of a payment system?
As a communication resource, the Internet serves as a __________, or a means for closing the marketing loop by obtaining feedback about the product experience from the consumer.
A. marketing agent
B. response device
D. transference device
__________ theory provides a framework that integrates complaint management processes with psychological measures of relational exchange.
Which of the following is NOT a basis for assessing distributive justice?
A. Distributive expectation
B. Distributive equity
C. Distributive equality
D. Distributive needs
__________ are dimensions that reflect the behaviors and expectations of behavior in a particular buyer-seller relationship.
A. Legal bonds
B. Cooperative norms
C. Operational linkages
D. All of the above
B2B customers in the high-tech industry prefer __________ for customer service communications.
A. telephone contact
C. the Internet
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic that defines software agents?
Which of the following is NOT a dimension of perceived justice applied when a customer evaluates the quality of complaint handling?
Satisfaction is most linked to:
A. product awareness.
Which of the following is NOT an aspect of transactional trust?
Relationship profiles are based on relationship: