E-Enabled Relationship Management in Banking Sector (India)

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E-ENABLED RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT IN BANKING SECTOR IN INDIA

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Relationship banking may be defined as the provision of financial services by a financial intermediary on the basis of long-term investment in obtaining firm or customer specific information through multiple interactions with diverse financial services (Boot, 2000). E- Enabled Relationship banking system refers to use of Information Technology and especially the internet. Customers could get connected by a network service provider directly to a host computer system of a bank such that customer service requests can be processed automatically without need for intervention by customer service representatives. Most of these systems are capable of distinguishing between those customer service requests which are capable of automated fulfillment and those requests which require handling by a customer service representative. Marketing is different from selling mainly in terms of orientation. In selling the efforts are product centred where as customer centric is the key to marketing. Marketing starts with target market and earns through customer satisfaction. Bank credit is a service product and not a physical product like soap. The service product is difficult to market because it is intangible, perishable (ends with single transaction), its heterogeneity makes each service transaction unique. The service is inseparable from the delivery agent. The ownership of the product cannot be transferred to another person. For example: A customer enters for updating of pass-paper. This is one transaction. He expects that his statement should be ready on the first day of next month. This is another transaction. He sends his representative to take a demand draft, which becomes the 3rd transaction. So the banker cannot ignore the efficiency, alertness, accuracy and smartness with which each of such transactions is to be handled. For complex environment to understand Indian manager change its behaviour to phase out PSU to private bank problem. Later part of my research paper show that what is the significant role can marketing Manager play to provide better service. Almost 12% of the 38.5 million internet users in India are glued on to online banking and the figure is estimated to rise to 16 million by 2007-08, according to a survey by IAMAI. The internet population itself is set to grow to 100 million by 2007-08. There are about 200 banks in India at present and only few offer online banking. Private banks (like ICICI, HDFC) lead the way in contrast to public sector banks. Security concerns and lack of awareness stand in the way of the growth of this industry, the survey says. The study was conducted online in December 2005. A total of 6,365 respondent's views were solicited of which 35% (2,240 respondents) had used net banking.

THESIS SYNOPSIS

Desired Area: Inter-disciplinary (Finance and Marketing )

Title of the thesis:

E-enabled relationship management in Banking Sector in India

INTRODUCTION

Relationship banking may be defined as the provision of financial services by a financial intermediary on the basis of long-term investment in obtaining firm or customer specific information through multiple interactions with diverse financial services (Boot, 2000). E- Enabled Relationship banking system refers to use of Information Technology and especially the internet. Customers could get connected by a network service provider directly to a host computer system of a bank such that customer service requests can be processed automatically without need for intervention by customer service representatives. Most of these systems are capable of distinguishing between those customer service requests which are capable of automated...
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