Jun 042015
 

The two dimensions of customer satisfaction The customer’s assessment of their satisfaction following a purchase and consumption of a product involves a comparison of two views: What were their EXPECTATIONS of value prior to purchase? What was their perception of the value delivered AFTER purchase? The consumer will engage in Read full article…

Sep 042014
 

  Definitions of Customer Satisfaction A nice, easy-to-remember customer satisfaction definition is: Customer satisfaction is a consumer’s perception of how well an organization has delivered on their communicated value proposition. The key points to note about this definition are: Customer satisfaction is the perception of a consumer, It is primarily Read full article…

Sep 042014
 

  There are a number of limitations of customer satisfaction in terms of relying too heavily on this marketing metric. It is, therefore, important to understand the various limitations in order to utilize the results of CSat research/scores appropriately. Expected versus delivered value is being measured The basic premise of Read full article…

Aug 122013
 
Benefits of Customer Satisfaction

  Key Benefits of Customer Satisfaction in Marketing Customer satisfaction is a fundamental concept addressed in all marketing textbooks and many organizations consider it the most important marketing goal, because it should deliver ongoing customer loyalty and resultant enhanced profitability. But there are actually many more benefits of customer satisfaction, Read full article…