Publisher: Artech House, 1999, 182 pages
Provides insights into the evolving role of service in high technology companies and shows managers how marketing performance can be improved by designing services that are in line with customer needs and expectations. The text provides analysis of the three critical success factors for high-technology service businesses and examines effective marketing strategies for both consumer and corporate markets. The aim of the text is that readers will discover how to understand the needs of high-technology customers; attract new clients and build customer loyalty; design and monitor top-quality services; organize and manage human resources for peak service performance; and develop effective competitive, pricing and distribution strategies.
Tries to explain what kind of companies the new generation of managers are trying to build and the challenges that they face.