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The purpose of the paper is to examine customer satisfaction and dissatisfaction with interpersonal vs internet service encounters in Thai retail stockbrokerage and corporate banking. The stockbrokerage survey had usable questionnaires from retail customers, and the corporate banking survey resulted in usable questionnaires. Results in each case show that customers actually have slightly higher satisfaction on the internet than with interpersonal encounters, but dissatisfaction on the internet is much greater.
- Customer Satisfaction Surveys & Research: How to Measure CSAT
- Sources of Customer Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction with Information Technology Help Desks
- Customer satisfaction
This paper examines which factors affect the relationship between consumers' satisfaction with complaint handling and repurchase intentions. We present a conceptual framework that explains why satisfaction with complaint handling SATCOM does not necessary lead to repurchase intention RI for online shoppers. The authors test five moderating variables of the relationship between SATCOM and RI: relationship quality relational factor , economic value, alternative attractiveness marketplace factor , inferred motives and stability of the failure failure-related factors. To test our hypotheses, we conducted an online survey with e-shoppers and used moderated regression analysis and a bootstrapping procedure. Hence, this study makes theoretical and managerial contributions related to failures in shopping experiences and repurchase intentions in e-tail.
Customer Satisfaction Surveys & Research: How to Measure CSAT
Consumer satisfaction with online shopping is directly dependent on a number of factors. There is a constant dilemma in the market related to the question which online shopping determinants affect the customer satisfaction. This issue is particularly important for underdeveloped markets, where online commerce is not sufficiently present. In order to increase the online commerce participation, it is necessary to explore and analyze the connection between customer satisfaction and diverse determinants. Accordingly, this paper develops the research model to determine the impact of certain online purchase determinants on the consumer satisfaction in the market of Serbia. A conceptual model is defined, consisting of 26 items categorized into seven variables: security, information availability, shipping, quality, pricing, time, and customer satisfaction. Input model parameters were collected through surveys, with the aid of appropriate Internet tools.
As the use, development, and control of information systems diffuses through organizations and society, the importance of the information technology help desk in effective management and use of information resources increases. This study examines service encounters with help desks to understand the events and behaviors that cause customers to distinguish very satisfactory from very dissatisfactory service. While considerable research has investigated the determinants of customer satisfaction with service encounters in retail industries such as airlines, restaurants, and hotels, there has been little work investigating the dimensions of professional service encounters. Using the critical incident technique, the authors analyzed over incidents from customers of information services. Help desk critical incidents were classified into three broad categories which were further subdivided into 12 categories which lead to satisfaction and dissatisfaction. The three broad categories, core service delivery failures, customer situation, and helper characteristics and behavior, were consistent with categories found in previous service encounter research, while the subcategories were different in several ways.
Sources of Customer Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction with Information Technology Help Desks
Customer satisfaction often abbreviated as CSAT is a term frequently used in marketing. It is a measure of how products and services supplied by a company meet or surpass customer expectation. Customer satisfaction is defined as "the number of customers, or percentage of total customers, whose reported experience with a firm, its products, or its services ratings exceeds specified satisfaction goals. It is seen as a key performance indicator within business and is often part of a Balanced Scorecard. In a competitive marketplace where businesses compete for customers, customer satisfaction is seen as a key differentiator and increasingly has become a key element of business strategy.
negative events if the consumer engages in some behavior" (Oliver, , p. 33). satisfaction/dissatisfaction literature. Chapter Two. Expectations-as-prediction.
It seems self evident that companies should try to satisfy their customers. Satisfied customers usually return and buy more, they tell other people about their experiences, and they may well pay a premium for the privilege of doing business with a supplier they trust. Statistics are bandied around that suggest that the cost of keeping a customer is only one tenth of winning a new one. Therefore, when we win a customer, we should hang on to them. Conducting a customer satisfaction survey is a good way to start measuring where you stand in terms of customer loyalty.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. This study aims to explore the concept of customer complaint behaviour with a view to establishing relationship between handling customer complaints, customer satisfaction and loyalty.
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