The Role of Customer Complaints Management in Consumers Satisfaction for New Industrial Enterprises of Iran

Mohammad Taleghani, Mahmood Samadi Largani, Shahram Gilaninia, Seyyed Javad Mousavian

Abstract


In this paper Customer Complaints Management (CCM) as well as the associated key challenges have been studied as essentials for achieving customer retention and loyalty. Some models de nothing the process of CCM have also been demonstrated and discussed and a complaint intensity framework has been presented in which, the joint distribution of complaint intensity and  out come satisfaction scores could be conceptualized in four resulting quadrants and each quadrant suggests a different strategy for CCM. For empowering CCM suggestions have been proposed and Return On Complaint Management (ROCM) has been described as a performance indicator for complaint management profitability. Major findings indicate that effective complaints management requires a cultural change in organization's atmosphere, as well as a systematic approach; different levels should be considered in the complaints management; employees participating in teams play an important role in succeeding the complaints handling processes; and CCM empowerment should include strategy, processes, and analysis.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5430/ijba.v2n3p140

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International Journal of Business Administration
ISSN 1923-4007(Print) ISSN 1923-4015(Online)

 

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