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|Service quality and customer retention in commercial banks:a case study of stanbic bank, Kabala gala branch Kampala Capital City Authority, Uganda
|Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management
|This study was based on an analysis of the effect of service quality on customer retention in commercial banks. It focused on critically examining the following objectives; (1) To find out the factors that determine service quality in commercial banks; (ii) To find out ways of managing service quality in commercial banks; (iii) To determine the relationship between service quality and customer retention in commercial banks. The study used a descriptive cross sectional survey design which included both qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection. The quantitative method was used to collect numerical data in form of numbers representing particular facts or measurement which helped the researcher to obtain information from respondents in depth. While the qualitative method explored a wide array of dimensions like the texture and leave of everyday life, the understanding and experiences of the research participants and the significance of the meaning they generate. After conducting the study, findings revealed that service quality and customer retention both go hand in hand and this meant that Stanbic bank should improve on their service quality and implement more efficient management systems because the higher the service quality the higher the customer retention in the bank. And from the findings of the study and the conclusions drawn, the researcher came up with recommendations to ensure that management of service quality is emphasized and these as included; more training of workers in order to improve their knowledge about work and service delivery1; Good customer care to maintain and expand the market reach; Physical facility extensions in order to create space for offering quality services to customers with no congestion among others.
|A research report submitted to the College Of Economics and Management Science in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Award of Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration at Kampala International University.
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|Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
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