TOTAL QUALITY CUSTOMER SATISFACTION MODEL
In today’s business environment, all organizations are required to focus on their customers in order to fully understand their needs. There is a need to drive and engage strategic actions in order to close any potentials gaps between customer´s expectations and manufacture´s deliverables. Current customer satisfaction theory appears to be excluded from a holistic model that broadly covers the extent of customer satisfaction concept.
This article empathizes the need of an integrated customer satisfaction model that the organization can use as a strategic platform to increase sales, business performance, branding, market share, and customer loyalty, based on specific methodology that translates customer needs into a reliable business plan.
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