Enhancing Marketing Performance through Customer Experience Management (CEM): Lesson from a Case Study in the Malaysia Cinema Industry
Traditional marketing management approaches to a certain extent fail to take into account the role of customer experience to improve organization performance. Due to many limitations posed by the traditional marketing approach, this paper makes a case for Customer Experience Management (CEM).
|This chapter was published in: Norizan M. Saad & Kaveh Abhari , , pages 547-569, 2010.|
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