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Service Gap

Service Gap

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Service Gap
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The GAP model

The figure below shows the "GAP" model of service quality from Parasuraman et al. (Zithaml &
Bitner 1996). This model offers an integrated view of the consumer-company relationship. It is
based on substantial research amongst a number of service providers. In common with the
Grönroos model it shows the perception gap (Gap 5) and outlines contributory factors. In this case
expected service is a function of word of mouth communication, personal need and past experience,
and perceived service is a product of service delivery and external communications to consumers.

yParasuraman et al. GAP model (Zeithaml 1996)

However the GAP model goes further in its analysis of these key contributory factors. It not only provides a more rigorous description of the contributory Gaps, it lists key drivers for each gap and generic breakdown of each of these drivers. These are illustrated below in summary form below.

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