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Peppers and Rogers Group, The
Can two successful authors build a scalable consulting practice based on their unique view of customer relationship management (CRM)? Should they emphasize strategy or execution? The case describes how Peppers and Rogers grew from two people earning speaker fees to a 160-person publishing, consulting, and Internet technology promotion company. Now they want to grow faster and take advantage of the IPO capital market that has enabled the birth of competitors like Scient, Viant, and Zefer in the market for e-commerce and dot.com consulting.
Keywords: Customer Relationship Management;
Growth and Development;
Deighton, John A. "Peppers and Rogers Group, The." Harvard Business School Case 500-096, September 2001. (Revised from original April 2000 version.)