A Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Manager with Data Analysis skills earns an average salary of $76,291 per year.
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Job Description for Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Manager
Customer relationship management (CRM) managers work in many types of industries to ensure organizations' success in profitability, reputation, and customer satisfaction. These professionals manage the relationship between the business and the consumer. A CRM manager is concerned with customer experience: How can the business improve the customer’s satisfaction and the likelihood that they return for future business? CRM managers also often work closely with the marketing department, providing employees with tools and technology to better serve customer needs.Read More...
The work CRM managers do is mainly mental, with a lot of critical thinking and the use of abstract ideas involved. Frequently a CRM manager must think “outside the box” to maintain successful consumer relationships and pursue offers, experiences, and products that competitors are not providing. Generally speaking, CRM managers work mostly in an office setting, and they might spend their workdays researching marketing techniques, training employees, or meeting directly with customers and/or clientele.
Typically, a CRM manager must have a bachelor's degree in a business-related field, such as marketing. Further, a customer relationship management certificate may be preferred by employers. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Manager Tasks
- Develop and execute marketing campaign strategy and analyze campaign performance.
- Communicate with internal and external partners to meet customer expectations.
- Negotiate contract renewal, draft reports, and provide progress analysis.
- Monitor and provide support on the implementation of service agreements.
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