Theses / Dissertations >
Distance Learning >
Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
|Title: ||Customer Relationship Management in Ghanaian Rural Banks: A Case Study of Upper Manya Kro Rural Bank|
|Authors: ||Adjepong, Josephine|
|Issue Date: ||31-Jan-2012|
|Abstract: ||CRM has become widely recognized as an important business approach and it is basically about finding, getting and retaining customers. The primary goals of CRM are to: build long-term and profitable relationships with chosen customers; get closer to those customers at every point of contact; and maximize the company’s share of the customer’s wallet. On this note the study therefore set out to investigate the dynamics of customer relationship management in Upper Manya Kro Rural Bank Limited in Ghana. In pursuit of this goal, the study reviewed relevant secondary data gathered from the internet, journals and publications on the subject of the research.
Primary data was collected from ten (10) customer relationship officers purposively selected from 6 branches of Upper Manya Kro Rural Bank. The responses gathered from the interviews were analysed, interpreted and presented qualitatively and contrasted with the empirical evidence provided in the literature review.
At the end of the analyses, the study determined that indeed customer relationship management played an important role in the survival, growth and profitability of rural banks in Ghana. The study also identified constraints faced by rural banks in managing their customer relationship and therefore recommended that UMKRB as well as other small scale and rural financial institutions create an appropriately resourced customer relations unit solely tasked with customer relationship management.|
|Description: ||A thesis submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Tecnology (KNUST) Kumasi in partial fulfilment of the requirement for the award of a degree in
COMMONWEALTH EXECUTIVE MASTERS IN BUSINESS
|Appears in Collections:||Distance Learning|
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.