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Kamis, 04 Juli 2013

A Conceptual Model of the Antecedents of Behavioural Loyalty of Dissatisfied Business Services Customers

V. Yanamandram &  L. White 
Faculty of Commerce - Papers, University of Wollongong, at Research Online, 2005

This paper presents a conceptualisation of the factors that lead dissatisfied business-tobusiness
(B2B) customers to stay with their existing service providers. While studies in a B2B
context have addressed some important barriers to switching, they have not discussed all of
these, and not necessarily under conditions of dissatisfaction. A literature review of previous
research, both theoretical and empirical, identified that a gap in the body of knowledge exists
regarding the reason that dissatisfied customers are behaviourally loyal, and results from a
previous qualitative study unearthed additional barriers that exist. Hence, this paper proposes
a model of the deterrents to switching amongst dissatisfied business services customers,
including moderators and meditators that are postulated to influence the relationship.

Just as satisfied customers are not necessarily loyal (Rowley and Dawes, 2000), dissatisfied
customers do not always exit (Day, 1984; Hirschman, 1970). While Colgate and Lang (2001)
empirically validated the reasons why dissatisfied customers stay with service organisations
in the consumer market, studies in a B2B context have only addressed some individual
barriers to switching (Bozzo, 2002; Hansen, Swan and Powers 1996; Nielson, 1996;
Sengupta, Krapfel and Pusateri, 1997). These studies (with the exception of service recovery)
have not empirically investigated the switching barriers under conditions of dissatisfaction.
Further, no attempt appears to have been made to conceptualise those determinants
comprehensively in a single model in the B2B services sector (Yanamandram and White,
2005). Since the highest growth in services marketing is in business markets (Brown, 2002),
this is a valuable area of investigation.

Conceptual Framework
Based on the literature review in consumer and business markets, and results from a
qualitative study (Yanamandram and White, 2005) conducted previously in the Australian
B2B services sector, a conceptual framework of behavioural loyalty amongst dissatisfied . . . . . . . . (baca selengkapnya)

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Structural Equation Modeling on the Antecedents of Customer Loyalty

Mohammad Muzahid Akbar and Md. Munir Hossain - 2008

Three conceptual frameworks had been proposed and investigated to assess the effects of perceived service quality, trust, switching cost, customer satisfaction, and corporate image on customer loyalty. Structural equation modelling was employed to analyse the data collected from 322  subscribers/customers of a private telecommunication company in Bangladesh. The results revealed that perceived service quality, customer satisfaction, corporate image, and trust are very powerful antecedents of customer loyalty. Customer satisfaction and trust found to be important mediators between service quality and customer loyalty; corporate image and customer loyalty respectively. Such study might encourage the service providers to take appropriate course of action in order to create a loyal customer base.
Keywords: Service quality, Trust, Switching cost, Customer satisfaction, Corporate image, and Customers loyalty.

In the past three decades, due to significant liberalization and privatization the entire telecommunications industry has become a dynamic service industry subject to increasing competition with huge growth potential. (Graack, 1996). In recent years, in some Asian countries the number of mobile subscribers even passed the number of fixed-line subscribers (Fink, Matto, & Rathindran, 2003). Hence, the strategic behavior of telecommunications companies has attracted so much attention in recent years, both in the academic literature and in the popular press. In Bangladesh the scenario is not much different as its socioeconomic profile offers the industry a tremendous opportunity to grow.
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Selasa, 02 Juli 2013

The Impact of Operations Performance on Customer Loyalty

Vikas Kumar
Service Science 3(2), pp. 158-171, © 2011 SSG

This research develops a longitudinal study that builds upon previous findings that operations
performance of service delivery can positively affect customer satisfaction, further extending this
verdict to point out operations performance as a direct determinant of customer loyalty. Path Analysis is used as a methodological framework. This paper reports the findings of an empirical research conducted in a large telecommunications company operating in the UK. Regarding operations performance impact on customer loyalty, the research findings support the conclusion that while operations speed may help to acquire customers, it is the operations dependability that more strongly drives customer loyalty in the long term.
Key words: customer loyalty drivers; operations performance; service delivery; dependability; speed;

1. Introduction
Customer loyalty is one of the most frequently addressed subjects in the marketing and service literature (Andreassen and Lindestad, 1998a; Kerr, 1999; Patterson and Smith, 2003; Eshghi, Haughton, and Topi, 2007; Heskett and Sasser, 2010). The subject has gained attention of service companies because of its importance to the successful running of any business. Realizing the prime importance of customer loyalty to organisations, a major concern is to determine how it is affected. Issues involving customer loyalty in service organisations have drawn the attention of various researchers concerned with finding the determinants of customer loyalty and their implications
in service industries.
Most of the studies on this matter have concluded that customer satisfaction is one of the major determinants of customer loyalty (Parasuraman et al. 1988; Anderson and Sullivan, 1993; Andreassen and Lindestad, 1998a; Lin and Wang, 2006). Besides customer satisfaction, low perceived value compels customers towards switching to competing businesses in order to increase perceived value, which consequently contributes to a decline in loyalty (Anderson and Srinivasan, 2003). Recent research has found that perceived trust directly and positively influences customer satisfaction and customer loyalty (Chiou, 2004). This aspect was strengthened by Lin and Wang (2006), whose study concluded that trusting beliefs could lead to customer satisfaction, which, in turn, influences customer loyalty. Corporate image and Brand image also positively affects customer loyalty and customer satisfaction (Andreassen and Lindestad, 1998a; Javalgi and Moberg, 1997). Other studies have found that service quality is a ........ . . ... (baca_selengkapnya)  

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