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    Title: 壽險業電話行銷之購買行為研究
    Other Titles: A study on the purchasing behavior of telemarketing for insurance industry
    Authors: 洪秀朋;Hung, Hsiu-Peng
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊管理學系碩士在職專班
    黃明達;Hwang, Ming-Dar
    Keywords: 電話行銷;人壽保險;個案研究;購買行為;telemarketing;Life Insurance;Case Study;purchasing behavior
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 18:36:51 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 電話行銷通路在壽險市場上的應用已相當普遍,倘若能夠更加瞭解潛在客戶或既有客戶的屬性、購買行為或喜好,將有助於在競爭的保險市場中勝出。本研究以S 壽險公司為研究對象,蒐集S壽險公司的三年電話行銷成交資料來做分析,輔以與銷售、管理或訓練人員訪談、訓練教材或產品介紹資訊,以得知保戶輪廓與市場的狀況。並依此論文結果可作為未來銷售方向規劃的參考。
    In the insurance industry, telemarketing is a widely used direct marketing channel. Knowing who the current and potential customers are, what benefits they seek and obtain from your product, and how much they are willing to pay enables managers to explain and predict performance of the company in increasingly turbulent markets. The object of the study was S Life Insurance Company. In this study, data were collected through telemarketing transactions over a three-year period. Training materials, product information and unstructured conversational interviews with telemarketing agents, trainers and managers were also utilized in order to create a customer profile looks like. The results of the study can be used as future reference for managers in devising marketing plans.
    The quantitative data of telemarketing transactions with respect to gender, age, new or existing customers, annual premiums, amd type and product of life insurance were gathered for analysis and statistical purposes. The findings indicate that the average number of life insurance sales per telemarketer has been declining over the past three years. More than 60 percent of sales is made by 20 percent of the telemarketers. There is no significant difference between the contributions of individual customers. Apart from traditional agent sales channels, it appears that males are more likely to purchase insurance products through telemarketing channels. They are also more likely to make additional purchases, especially those in the 31–40 age range. Based on results from the study, we also provide several suggestions to managers and telemarketers.
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