Project Report on Customer Satisfaction in Deloitte India

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Table of Content

  1. No. Chapters Particulars                                                                 Page No.

1                      –                       Acknowledgement                                                       3

2                      1                      Objectives of the Project                                              4

3                      2                      Scope of the Project                                                     5

4                      3                      Executive Summary                                                     6

5                      4                      Methodology                                                               8

6                      5                      Data Collection and Analysis                                       24

7                      6                      Finding                                                                                    48

8                      7                      Conclusion                                                                  49

9                      8                      Recommendations                                                       51

10                    –                       Appendices                                                                  52

11                    –                       Bibliography                                                                55

 

CHAPTER 1: OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT

  • Compare between the customer’s expectation and his actual perception of the service performance
  • The service company’s knowledge of their customer’s needs and expectations
  • The match between intended and actual service delivery
  • Creation and implementation of service quality standards in line with customer’s expectations

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Kandampully, Jay: Service management, Hospitality Press, Elsternwick, 2002

 

Melling, Maxine: Building a successful customer-service culture, Facet Publishing, London, 2002

 

Graham, Judy: Critical thinking in consumer behavior, Pearson Higher Education, New Jersey, 2004

 

Bateson, John E G: Managing Service marketing, 4th ed . Dryden Press, Fort Worth, USA, 1999

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APPENDICES

 

 

Dear Friend,

 

As you know, with Liberalisation and Globalisation our economy is opening up to severe competition both internally and externally. In its wake competitiveness assumes immense importance.

 

To become competitive, optimization of all resources particularly effective market strategies has become the key word. Productivity and Satisfaction of the employees and consumers has become one of the prime concerns of all managers so that the output can be maximized with least inputs.

 

As part of my PGDBM, I have chosen the project objective as “Customer Satisfaction in Deloitte India” For this; I am interested in getting your valuable responses to the Questionnaire that follow.

 

All responses to the Questionnaire are to be utilized only for this project and also in an aggregated form.  It is not necessary for you to reveal your identity should you desire.  However, it is of utmost importance that your responses are frank, forthright and reflect your true opinion.  Specifically, I seek your kind co-operation in adhering to the following points:

 

  1. Please give your responses to all Questions / Statements and do not leave any of them blank.
  2. Please tick mark (ü) your response in only one of the columns against each Question / Statement.
  3. There is no right or wrong responses to the Questions / Statements that follow in the Questionnaire. What is important is your own personal frank and forthright opinion on various aspects.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

***Name***

 

APPENDIX ‘A”

 

QUESTIONNAIRE

 

Please tick mark (ü) your response in one of the columns only.

 

Question 1: Company regards employees as the most important asset.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

 

Question 2: Our employees are all familiar with the company’s overall mission and goals

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 3: All our employees have a strong feeling of being member of a team.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 4: Company is convinced that employees are satisfied with their working environment.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 5: The Vertical organizational distance between the management and the employee is small.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

 

Question 6: There is an intense exchange of information between the management and the employees.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 7: There is an intense exchange of information between the employees and the various departments.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 8: The communication between the management and the employees are primarily based on personal contact.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 9: The management formulates detailed standards concerning how the customers should be served.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 10: The management formulates detailed standards concerning how the customers should be served.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 11: The ability of the employees to satisfy the customers is continually controlled.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 12: Company have established internal training programs where the employees are being trained in satisfying the customers

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question: 13: When recruiting new employees the personality is more important than professional competencies.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 15: New service offers are created in cooperation with the front line employees.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 16: Both existing and potential customers are part of the development of the new service offers.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 17: When developing new service offers we consider our competitors service package

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 18: When enhancing our service package we take “the best practice” into account.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 19: Company constantly develop new service attributes and improve the existing ones

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 20: Company believes that the secondary services are of equal importance as the core service:

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 21: The development of customized service offers are regarded as a long-term investment, hence we accept eventual short term losses.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 22: The management dictates exclusively all new service offers.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 23: There is coherence between the management’s and the customers’ perception of good service.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 24: Company services offers are much better than our competitors.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 27: Company regards customers as being most important.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 28: Company treats customers equally and individually, independent of their profitability.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 29: Company provides their customers with a friendly treatment from the very first contact.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

 

Question 30: Company is interested in developing long-lasting relationships.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

 

Question 31: A large share of our customer base is loyal.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 32: Company has methods for identifying loyal customers.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 33: Company measure the repurchase frequency of selected customers.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

Question: 34: Company offer special attention and care to our loyal.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question: 35: The relationship to us is pleasant for both our customers and to our employees.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question: 36: Company overall goal is satisfied customers.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question: 37: Company measure customer satisfaction:

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 38: Professional agencies conduct our customer satisfaction schemes

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 

Question 39: Company possess all necessary resources to satisfy our customers.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

 

Question 40: Company is aware about their strengths and weaknesses in relation to service quality.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 41: Company believes that our customers are satisfied with our reliability (“we keep our problems”).

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 42: Company believes that our customers are satisfied with our employees.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 43: Company physical surrounding are in coherence with the wishes of our customers.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

 

Question 44: Company constantly try to minimize the waiting time.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 45: Company received complaints into account, and use them as a source of inspiration.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

 

Question 46: Company has procedures to register the customer defection.

[ ]         Very Agree

[ ]         Agree

[ ]         Disagree

[ ]         Very Disagree

[ ]         No Response

 


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