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Service Delivery and Customer Satisfaction in Nigerian Banks

FARAYIBI, Adesoji (2016): Service Delivery and Customer Satisfaction in Nigerian Banks.

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The study examined the impact of the quality of service delivery on customer satisfaction in the Nigerian banks using Ordinary Least Square (OLS) methodology. The study established a relationship between better banks performance in service delivery and customer satisfaction through effective customer relationship management (CRM). Findings revealed that increase in the number of working days and number of bank branches led to better levels of customer satisfaction. Empirical evidence also revealed that increase in PROFIT margin is a function of improved level of customer satisfaction while number of bank branches (NNB) has a positive but insignificant relationship with customer satisfaction because the spread of branch networks or channels has better effects on customer satisfaction than number of banks. It also emphasized the role of the number of working days in achieving better bank services and profitable customer relationship management. The study thus recommends that the Nigeria banking industry should improve the quality of service delivery as it is a prerequisite for achieving a high level of customer satisfaction.

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