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    167 634828749808181038 chapter_3 167 634828749808181038 chapter_3 Presentation Transcript

    • Copyright © 2013 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.McGraw-Hill/Irwin
    • Customer Expectations of Service  Service Expectations  Factors that Influence Customer Expectations of Service  Issues Involving Customers’ Service Expectations Chapter 3 3-2
    • Objectives for Chapter 3: Consumer Expectations of Service  Recognize that customers hold different types of expectations for service performance.  Discuss several sources of customer expectations of service.  Acknowledge that the types and sources of expectations are similar for end consumers and business customers, for pure service and product-related service, for experienced customers and inexperienced customers.  Delineate some important issues surrounding customer expectations. 3-3
    • Possible Levels of Customer Expectations 3-4
    • Dual Customer Expectation Levels 3-5
    • The Zone of Tolerance 3-6
    • The Zone of Tolerance Adequate Service Desired Service Zone of Tolerance ← Delights ← Desirables ← Musts 3-7
    • Zones of Tolerance The range of expectations between desired and adequate…  can be wide or narrow  can change over time  can vary among individuals  may vary with the type of product/service 3-8
    • Zones of Tolerance for Different Service Dimensions 3-9
    • Factors That Influence Desired Service 3-10
    • Factors That Influence Adequate Service 3-11
    • Factors That Influence Desired and Predicted Service 3-12
    • Explicit Promises from Paytrust 3-13
    • Frequently Asked Questions About Customer Expectations  What does a service marketer do if customer expectations are “unrealistic”?  Should a company try to delight the customer?  How does a company exceed customers’ service expectations?  Do customers’ service expectations continually escalate?  How does a service company stay ahead of competition in meeting customer expectations? 3-14