In this episode, I talk with Marietta Davis a seasoned sales professional with an extensive career in the technology industry. Our conversation focused on creating a unified customer communication strategy supported by a Customer Communications Management (CCM) approach and platform. If the goal of your organization is to have deep, meaningful relationships with their customers, relationships are built on communication. If organizations cannot communicate with their customers, then it’s difficult to have a long-term relationship. CCM provides the ability to effectively communicate with customers thereby building and deepening the relationships that organizations desire to have.
We talk about:
Where CRM leaves off and CCM begins.
Benefits of CCM to the organization.
The capabilities an organization needs to have to support a unified communications strategy.
How your strategy must map to the customer journey to deliver a stellar experienced
Trends that are causing digital disruption forcing companies to re-evaluate the customer communications strategies.
Learn more about a Customer Communications Management platform from Data Oceans.
Enjoy the interview!
Marietta Davis is a seasoned sales professional with an extensive career in the technology industry. She has held critical positions at IBM, Lotus Development, Ameritech, Tata Consulting and most recently the role of vice president of U.S. Dynamics at Microsoft Corporation. A seasoned professional, she was responsible for leading more than 400 sales, marketing, and technical experts as they serve Microsoft's business customers with Dynamics ERP and CRM Solutions. While at Microsoft, Davis successfully managed and grew multiple businesses at Microsoft to the $1B and triple digit growth milestone. Her diverse portfolio extends to mentoring strong leaders into key roles, acting in an advisory capacity to incubation and small startups. She currently sits on the National Board of Youth Villages; a private nonprofit organization dedicated to helping emotionally and behaviorally troubled children and their families. The organization assists more than 23,000 children and families each year from more than 20 states and Washington, D.C.
A graduate of Bradley University, she also graduated with an MBA from Loyola University, as well as executive advanced leadership classes at Harvard University. She was inducted into the Spelman College “Game Changer” Hall of Fame for her work in 2015 additionally, she has been a sought after speaker at Morehouse College, Georgia Tech as well as Women In Technology.
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