The Impact of Technology Based Self Service Banking Dimensions on Customer Satisfaction

Rajiv Sindwani, Manisha Goel
2015 International Journal of Business Information Systems Strategies  
The technology based self service banking (TBSSB) refers to automated banking services that customer avail in self service mode using various electronic banking channels, without any interaction with bank employees. This paper investigates the relationship between key dimensions (factors) of TBSSB service quality and Customer Satisfaction. A structured questionnaire was formulated by identifying and adapting attributes on the basis of past studies on service quality of automated services and
more » ... tomer satisfaction. Data was collected from sample of bank customers in India. The collected data was divided into two subsamples of equal size. The TBSSB service quality and customer satisfaction dimensions were identified by conducting an exploratory factor analysis (EFA) on the half of the collected data using SPSS 16.0 software. Factor structure was confirmed by conducting confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) using AMOS 20.0 software on the remaining half of the collected data. The proposed model was empirically tested for unidimensionality, reliability, and validity. AMOS 20.0 was also used to examine the link amid TBSSB service quality and Customer Satisfaction by testing hypotheses using structural equation modeling (SEM). This study may help banks' management to investigate the customers' quality perceptions about TBSSB services, thereby helping banks to formulate strategies to improve the quality of service and customer satisfaction. KEYWORDS Exploratory factor analysis (EFA), confirmatory factor analysis (CFA), Technology based self service banking (TBSSB), structural equation modeling (SEM), India
doi:10.14810/ijbiss.2015.4201 fatcat:lxp5kqusjnhg7jluo7dw6yzci4