Service Quality, Customer Satisfaction Towards Customer Loyalty ( A Case Of Ila Vietnam)

Abstract

The quality of service has become an aspect of customer satisfaction and has been proved that it comes from the combination of the excellent learning process and public satisfaction on the service delivered. The main purpose of this study is to examine what factors that play an important role in satisfying customers, and which one has the biggest impact on that mission, particularly at ILA Vietnam. A mixture of qualitative and quantitative research are used to collect data from customers of ILA Vietnam in 17 centers to get their satisfaction levels and meaning of service quality which were substituted in the SERVQUAL model. The findings suggest providing quality service in order to satisfy customers, organizations in this kind of service sectors need to improve on the dimensions of service quality. This study contributes to existing theories by confirming or adding value to the relationships that are involved in customer satisfaction and service quality. Besides, the provided results could be useful for managers at ILA in strategic planning.

Keywords: Customer Satisfaction, SERVQUAL, Service Quality, service sectors.


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