Case Study: Del Monte Listens With Customer-Centric Technology
June 19, 2007
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An obvious, but often overlooked, tenet of customer centricity is listening to customers. Del Monte leverages technology to listen to a wider range of customers and uses customer input to influence product development and drive more customer-focused marketing communications. The company uses brand monitoring to uncover general needs and a private virtual community to drill down into specific issues.
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