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Presenting this set of slides with name - Four Steps To Customer Experience Maturity Powerpoint Presentation Slides. This complete deck is oriented to make sure you do not lag in your presentations. Our creatively crafted slides come with apt research and planning. This exclusive deck with twenty two slides is here to help you to strategize, plan, analyse, or segment the topic with clear understanding and apprehension. Utilize ready to use presentation slides on Four Steps To Customer Experience Maturity Powerpoint Presentation Slides with all sorts of editable templates, charts and graphs, overviews, analysis templates. It is usable for marking important decisions and covering critical issues. Display and present all possible kinds of underlying nuances, progress factors for an all inclusive presentation for the teams. This presentation deck can be used by all professionals, managers, individuals, internal external teams involved in any company organization.

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Slide 1: This slide introduces Example Presentation About New Product. State Your Company Name and begin.
Slide 2: This slide showcases Agenda.
Slide 3: This slide presents Outline with these of the nine stages- Product idea screening, New product analysis, Product lifecycle, Tools & techniques, Market analysis, Development plans, Branding & repositioning, Cost analysis, Product feasibility & review.
Slide 4: This slide showcases Product Idea Screening with these of the following steps- New Product Introduction, New Product Detailed Overview, Understanding Customer Needs, External Sources of Ideas, Internal Sources of Ideas, Product Roadmap.
Slide 5: This slide shows New Product Introduction.Now is the best time to explain your product idea in an effective manner so that the audience gets immersed in it right from the beginning.
Slide 6: This slide presents New Product Detailed Overview. This step is crucial to ensure that unsuitable ideas are rejected as soon as possible as Ideas need to be considered objectively.
Slide 7: This slide showcases Understanding Customer Needs.
Slide 8: This slide shows External Source of New Product Ideas.Some possible sources of data has been listed out to give you a fair idea, and it can be altered as per your requirement.
Slide 9: This slide presents Internal Sources of New Product Ideas with these of the following points- Management, Strategic Planning, Marketing Manager, Sales Force, Innovation Group Meetings, Stockholders, Employee Suggestions, Research and Engineering, Product Testing, Product Enhancement, Brainstorming, Accident.
Slide 10: This slide presents Product Roadmap with these of the following factors- Tech Support Portal, Public API, Data Logging Module, Chrome Support, Bootstrap Upgrade, Product Launch.
Slide 11: This slide showcases New Product Analysis with these of the four parameter- Detailed Analysis, Category Analysis, Category Analysis - Example Slide, Porter’s Five Forces Analysis.
Slide 12: This slide shows Detailed Analysis with these of the four parameters- Strengths, Weakness, Features,. Benefits
Slide 13: This slide presents Category Analysis. Once the concept has been tested and finalized, a business case needs to be put together to assess whether the new product/service will be profitable. An example of a business case has been mentioned on the next slide.
Slide 14: This slide showcases Category Analysis – Example Slide.
Slide 15: This slide shows Porter’s Five Forces Model. Its a framework for analyzing the level of competition within an industry and business strategy development to derive five forces that determine the competitive intensity and therefore the attractiveness of an industry.
Slide 16: This slide presents Product Life Cycle with these of the five stages- Repositioning a Product, Decline Stage, Maturity Stage, Growth Stage, Introduction Stage.
Slide 17: This slide showcases Product Life Cycle Stages. Researching, developing and then launching the product. Introduction, Growth, Maturity, Decline.
Slide 18: This slide presents Introduction Stage with these of the following- Targets, Innovators are targeted, Cost, High cost per customer acquired, Competition, Little competition, Profits, Negative profits, Sales, Low sales, This stage of the cycle could be the most expensive for a company launching a new product in which these 5 factors play a key role.
Slide 19: This slide showcases Growth Stages with these of the four parameters- Product Quality, Pricing, Distribution Channels, Promotions, The growth stage is typically characterized by a strong growth in sales and profits, and because the company can start to benefit from economies of scale in production, profit margins will increase.
Slide 20: This slide showcases Maturity Stage.Promote the factors differentiating your product from others .
Slide 21: This slide presents Decline Stage.
Slide 22: This slide shows Tools & Techniques with these of the following factors- BCG Matrix, Ansoff Matrix, Empathy Map, Kano Model.
Slide 23: This slide presents BCG Matrix.
Slide 24: This slide showcases Ansoff Matrix.Use the matrix to help you consider your strategic options and determine the necessity for new product development. For example, your market analysis may conclude that there is plenty of opportunity for selling your current range of products to your current range of customers by penetrating the market with promotional strategies, such as multi-buy offers, to build loyalty.
Slide 25: This slide shows Empathy Map.First, brainstorm to come up with all the possible customer segments to whom you might want to sell your product. Choose the customer that you think is most likely to buy your product. Give them a name and some demographic characteristics, such as marital status, income, children and so on.
Slide 26: This slide presents Kano Map.The model is divided into three distinct categories:1. Must be (basic) attributes. These are taken for granted attributes that the product must have and if they are unfulfilled consumers may be dissatisfied One dimensional (performance) attributes.
Slide 27: This slide showcases Market Analysis with these of the four major stages- Market Segmentation, Product Market Mapping, Competitive Strategies, Market Attractiveness.
Slide 28: This slide presents Market Segmentation.
Slide 29: This slide showcases Product Market Mapping with these of the Market Attractiveness, Competitive Strength, Product Market Map, Need to calculate whether benefits of an attractive market outweigh the cost of investment to increase competitiveness.
Slide 30: This slide showcases Competitive Strategies Competitive Advantage, Competitive Edge, Differentiation, Broad Differentiation Strategy.
Slide 31: This slide showcases Market Attractiveness.
Slide 32: This slide showcases Development Plans with these of the following- Manufacturing Plan Operations Plan Marketing Launch Plan Marketing Communication Plan Budgeting Plan Digital Marketing Plan
Slide 33: This slide showcase Manufacturing Plan. You can add the the month and task month.
Slide 34: This slide shows Operations Plan. Add the categories and the three of the startegies we have put.
Slide 35: This slide showcases Marketing Launch Plan with these of the following eight- Update the website, Create Email Contests, Use Advertising, Use Twitter, Create press release, Attend Tradeshows, Build Demand, Garner endorsements.
Slide 36: This slide showcases Marketing & Communication Plan with these of the five stages- Direct Marketing, Public Relations, Personal Selling, Sales Promotion, Advertising, Marketing Communication Plan.
Slide 37: This slide presents Digital Marketing Plan.
Slide 38: This slide showcases Budgeting Template.
Slide 39: This slide presents Branding & Repositioning with these of the five most important stages- Repositioning a Product, Repositioning Strategy, Growth Stage, Maturity Stage, Decline stage.
Slide 40: This slide showcases Repositioning A Product with these of the two important factors- Among Existing Customers, To new Consumers.
Slide 41: This slide showcases Repositioning Strategy with these of the following four strategy- Image Repositioning, Product Repositioning, Intangible Repositioning, Tangible Repositioning, Rationale Behind the Strategy.
Slide 42: This slide presents Building Brand Preference.
Slide 43: This slide showcases Cost Analysis which further presents- Production & Operation Cost Analysis, Marketing & launch Cost Analysis, Business & Financial Analysis.
Slide 44: This slide presents Production & Operation Cost Analysis.
Slide 45: This slide presents Marketing & Launch Cost Analysis.
Slide 46: This slide showcases Business & Financial Analysis
Slide 47: This slide showcases Product Feasibility Review with these five of the Feasibility Review, Evaluating Score, Alpha & Beta Testing Timelines, Product Quality Check, Launch Monitoring Dashboard.
Slide 48: This slide presents Feasibility Review with these of the six Project Analysis, Scheduling Requirement Feasibility, Technical Feasibility, Operational Feasibility, Economic Feasibility, Legal Requirement Feasibility.
Slide 49: This slide Evaluating Scores.Score the product’s listed factors from team members perspective (the listed factors can be altered).
Slide 50: This slide shows Alpha & Beta Testing Timelines.
Slide 51: This slide presents Product Quality Check.
Slide 52: This slide showcases Launch Monitoring Dashboard with these of the two factors- Customer Satisfaction, Return on Investment.
Slide 53: This is a Coffee Break slide to halt. You may change it as per requirement.
Slide 54: This slide is titled Additional Slides to move forward.
Slide 55: This slide contains Our Mission with text boxes.
Slide 56: This slide showcases Our Team with Name and Designation to fill.
Slide 57: This slide helps show- About Our Company. The sub headings include- Creative Design, Customer Care, Expand Company
Slide 58: This slide shows Our Goals for your company.
Slide 59: This slide shows Comparison of Positive Factors v/s Negative Factors with thumbsup and thumb down imagery.
Slide 60: This is a Financial Score slide to show financial aspects here.
Slide 61: This is a Quotes slide to convey message, beliefs etc.
Slide 62: This slide shows Location. Add your location use it.
Slide 63: This is a Timelines slide to show- Plan, Budget, Schedule, Review.
Slide 64: This slide showcases a Puzzle with imagery.
Slide 65: This slide presents Post it.
Slide 66: This slide displays a Venn diagram image.
Slide 67: This slide shows Target image with text boxes.
Slide 68: This slide displays a Bulb or idea image.
Slide 69: This slide displays a Magnifying Glass with icon imagery.
Slide 70: This slide presents Pie Chart.
Slide 71: This slide showcases Stacked Bar Chart. You can add the bar chart data and use it.
Slide 72: This is a Thank You slide with Address# street number, city, state, Contact Numbers, Email Address.
Slide 73: This is a Thank You slide.