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What is Customer Satisfaction? Customer satisfaction means meeting and exceeding the expectations your customers have about the experience they are going to receive when visiting your business. And the level of satisfaction achieved depends on the extent to which expectations are fulfilled. Your customers’ expectations come from a variety of sources, and can vary dramatically from one customer to the next. Customers’ expectations are created by: • Your marketing messages and materials • What they have heard about your business from friends and relatives • The price they are going to pay for the experience • Their own experience with similar types of businesses, both in Nova Scotia and elsewhere • Their previous experience with your business • Their own personal opinions, age, income level, etc. etc. It’s important to remember that your guests’ expectations start to be established from the moment of their first contact with your property, which might be an ad, your web site or the recommendation of a friend. Satisfying these expectations extends throughout their entire visit – from their efforts to access the information they need, to finding your property and through all parts of their experience with your property and your staff. Expectations, and what needs to be done to meet and exceed expectations, can differ from one customer to the next, and they can differ from one occasion to the next, depending on factors such as why the customer is visiting your business, with whom, for how long, etc.

Creating satisfied customers means listening to and understanding their expectations, and responding to their needs – if you don’t know what the customer wants and expects, how can you deliver on their expectations? Measuring customer satisfaction Organizations are increasingly interested in retaining existing customers while targeting non-customers; measuring customer satisfaction provides an indication of how successful the organization is at providing products and/or services to the marketplace. Customer satisfaction is an ambiguous and abstract concept and the actual manifestation of the state of satisfaction will vary from person to person and product/service to product/service. The state of satisfaction depends on a number of both psychological and physical variables which correlate with satisfaction behaviors such as return and recommend rate. The level of satisfaction can also vary depending on other options the customer may have and other products against which the customer can compare the organization's products. Because are basically a psychological state, care should be taken in the effort of quantitative measurement, although a large quantity of research in this area has recently been developed. Work done by Bart Allen and Brodeur between 1990 and 1998 defined ten 'Quality Values' which influence satisfaction behavior, further expanded by Berry in 2002 and known as the ten domains of satisfaction. These ten domains of satisfaction include: Quality, Value, Timeliness, Efficiency, Ease of Access, Environment, Interdepartmental Teamwork, Front line Service Behaviors, Commitment to the Customer and Innovation. These factors are

emphasized for continuous improvement and organizational change measurement and are most often utilized to develop the architecture for satisfaction measurement as an integrated model. Work done by Parasuraman, Zeithaml and Berry (Leonard L) between 1985 and 1988 provides the basis for the measurement of customer satisfaction with a service by using the gap between the customer's expectation of performance and their perceived experience of performance. This provides the measurer with a satisfaction "gap" which is objective and quantitative in nature. Work done by Cronin and Taylor propose the "confirmation/disconfirmation" theory of combining the "gap" described by Parasuraman, Zeithaml and Berry as two different measures (perception and expectation of performance) into a single measurement of performance according to expectation. According to Garbrand, customer satisfaction equals perception of performance divided by expectation of performance. The usual measures of customer satisfaction involve a survey with a set of statements using a Likert Technique or scale. The customer is asked to evaluate each statement and in term of their perception and expectation of performance of the organization being measured. Methodology American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) is a scientific standard of customer satisfaction. Academic research has shown that the national ACSI score is a strong predictor of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth, and an even stronger predictor of Personal Consumption Expenditure (PCE) growth. On the microeconomic level, research has shown that ACSI data predicts stock market performance, both for market indices and for individually traded companies. Increasing ACSI scores has been shown to predict loyalty, word-of-mouth recommendations, and purchase behavior. The ACSI measures customer satisfaction

annually for more than 200 companies in 43 industries and 10 economic sectors. In addition to quarterly reports, the ACSI methodology can be applied to private sector companies and government agencies in order to improve loyalty and purchase intent. Two companies have been licensed to apply the methodology of the ACSI for both the private and public sector: CFI Group, Inc.applies the methodology of the ACSI offline, and Foresee Results applies the ACSI to websites and other online initiatives The Kano model is a theory of product development and customer satisfaction developed in the 1980s by Professor Noriaki Kano that classifies customer preferences into five categories: Attractive, One-Dimensional, Must-Be, Indifferent, Reverse. The Kano model offers some insight into the product attributes which are perceived to be important to customers. Kano also produced a methodology for mapping consumer responses to questionnaires onto his model. SERVQUAL or RATER is a service-quality framework that has been incorporated into customer-satisfaction surveys (e.g., the revised Norwegian Customer Satisfaction Barometer) to indicate the gap between customer expectations and experience. J.D. Power and Associates provides another measure of customer satisfaction, known for its top-box approach and automotive industry rankings. J.D. Power and Associates' marketing research consists primarily of consumer surveys and is publicly known for the value of its product awards. Other research and consulting firms have customer satisfaction solutions as well. These include A.T. Kearney's Customer Satisfaction Audit process, which incorporates the Stages of Excellence framework and which helps define a company’s status against eight critically identified dimensions.

The implementation of a customer service standard should lead to higher levels of customer satisfaction. TICSS focuses an organization’s attention on delivering increased customer satisfaction by helping the organization through a Service Quality Model. which in turn influences customer retention and customer loyalty. as well as performance measurement. The International Customer Service Institute (TICSI) has released The International Customer Service Standard (TICSS). Product/Services. Improving customer satisfaction Published standards exist to help organizations develop their current levels of customer satisfaction. Premises. This has been used internationally since 1989 on more than 110.74%. whilst at the same time providing recognition of success through a 3rd Party registration scheme. Processes. The box is targeted at "the most important" customers and avoids the need for a blanket survey. 6 .000 surveys (Nov '09) with an average response rate of 72. TICSS Service Quality Model uses the 5 P's .For Business to Business (B2B) surveys there is the Info Quest box[1]. TICSS enables organizations to focus their attention on delivering excellence in the management of customer service. People.Policy.

To analyze the services rendered at TVS Motors.OBECTIVES OF THE STUDY To study the customer satisfaction with reference to service after sales. 7 . To identity the areas where improvement could be made while handling the customer. To study whether the service personnel are able to discharge their duties in meeting with the customer demands.

The scope of the project is completely dependent on the objectives of the project. The scope of the study is fully limited to the geographical extend of South Chennai City only. 8 . A market survey and its interpretations seemed necessary for the scope of this study.SCOPE OF THE STUDY The project report is subjected to “The study on the customer satisfaction on sales and service provided by TVS Motor company”.

The sample size is selected due to convenient for the study.LIMITATION OF THE STUDY The survey is done only within South Chennai City only. Forecasting the market potential estimation is based on the data received from the general consumer of the two wheelers. The constraint of time limit is felt as the duration was short and elaborate survey was not possible. The survey does not include any observation technique to observe the behavior of customer while buying the product. The sample size was limited 50 only. 9 .

TVS Scooty.Suzuki Ltd: TVSSUZUKI TVS Motor Company Limited: TVSMOTOR TVS Motor Company Limited: TVSSUZUKI 10 . Quick Facts Founder Country Year of Establishment Industry T V Sundaram Iyengar India August 1980 (TVS Group in 1911) Manufacturing of two-wheelers and auto components Business Group TVS Group Listings & its codes NSE TVS . It is the first company in the world to be honoured with The Deming Prize for Total Quality Management. TVS Centra and TVS Fiero are the popular bikes in Indian market. TVS Victor. The company was the first in India to launch 2seater 50cc moped and 100cc Indo-Japanese motorcycles. At present TVS Apache.COMPANY PROFILE TVS Motor Company "Inspiration In Motion" TVS Motor is the third largest two-wheeler manufacturer in India and ranks among the top ten globally.

Haddows Road.635 109 Tel.600006 Tel.: +(91)-(4344)-276780 Fax: +(91)-(4344)-276878 Post Box Website 11 .: 532343 TVS Motor Company Jayalakshmi Estates V Floor 8.Head Office Factory BSE TVS Motor Company Ltd.: +(91)-(821)-2596561 Fax: +(91)-(821)-2596550/ 2596553 www.1 Byathahalli Village. 4 Harita. Kadakola Post Mysore .tvsmotor. Chennai .571 311 Tel.: +(91)-(44)-28272233 Fax: +(91)-(44)-28257121 Post Box No. Hosur .

4 stroke motorcycle in April. 4-stroke 110 cc 12 . launched in Aug. Launched TVS Victor. Launched first indigenous Scooterette (sub-100 cc variomatic scooters).Segment and Brands • • • • • • • • • • • TVS Apache TVS Apache RTR FI 160 TVS Centra TVS Fiero FX TVS Flame TVS Scooty TVS Star TVS Victor TVS Victor GLX 125 TVS XL Super TVS 180 RTR Menace New Milestones of TVS Motor 1980 1984 1994 1996 1997 2000 2001 • • • • • • • India's first 2 seater 50cc Moped TVS 50. First Indian Company to introduce 100cc IndoJapanese motorcycles in Sept. the 110cc Shogun in Dec. Launched India's first 5-speed motorcycle. TVS Scooty in June. India's first 150 cc. Launched TVS Fiero. the Shaolin in Oct. Introduced first catalytic converter enabled motorcycle.

auto components and computer peripherals. finance and insurance. Launched TVS Star in Sept. expansion and diversification.2004 • motorcycle. with an annual turnover of over USD 650 million. Launched TVS Centra in January. it commands a strong presence in the manufacturing of two-wheelers. 1980 is the red letter year for TVS when India's first two-seater moped rolled out. a 100 cc motorcycle which is ideal for rough terrain. The Group is the third largest two-wheeler manufacturer in India and globally among the top ten. It ushered in an era of affordable personal transportation. India's first fully indigenously designed and manufactured motorcycle. With steady growth. the USD 2. They also have vibrant businesses in the distribution of heavy commercial vehicles (HCV) passenger cars. a worldclass 4-stroke 100 cc motorcycle with the revolutionary VT-i Engines for best-in-class mileage. the group has more than 30 companies and employs over 40.000 people worldwide.2 billion group. • Company Flashback TVS Motor Company Limited is the flagship company of TVS Group. in August. 13 . Currently.

TVS Motor Company is the first two-wheeler manufacturer to be honoured with the hallmark of Japanese Quality .Globally. 14 .The Deming Prize for Total Quality Management.

The main aim of research is to find out the truth which is hidden and which has not been discovered as yet. 15 .RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Research is a scientific and systematic search for pertinent information.

synthesizing and analyzing information. it constitutes the blueprint for the collection.Research methodology is a way to systematically solve the research problem. Methodology in turn depends on the nature of the project work. measurement and analysis of data. In research methodology the following points are covered. Research design must contain the following • A clear statement of the research problem. The quality of a product depends upon the methodology adopted for the study. • The population which has to be studied and 16 . • • • • • Research Design Data Collection Research Instrument Sampling Plan Data Analysis It is the conceptual structure within which research is conducted. Procedures and techniques to be used for gathering information. The main strength of the project comes from the process that is collecting.

DATA COLLECTION The accuracy of the data collected. • Selecting the appropriate method of collection of data. • Identifying the sources from where the information can be collected. It is focused on the accurate description of the variables present in the problem. These designs are determined for some specific purpose. Data collected can be either primary or secondary. The research design undertaken for the study is “Descriptive Research Design”. • Establishing the facts that are available at present and additional facts required. In this study. PRIMARY DATA 17 . is of great significance for drawing correct and valid conclusions from the investigations.• The methods to be used in processing and analyzing data. The following are the main steps in data collection process: • To decide on the type of information required in the investigation. the information provided by the respondents in the questionnaire has been analyzed to find out level of customer preference towards the services provided at TVS Motor Company.

The method adopted here for collection of primary data is ’Direct personal interview’ method where the interviewer directly interviews the respondents with a well-structured questionnaire. experiment or surveys. was distributed to the respondents. They are original in nature and can be acquired in many ways like observations. For the purpose of the study. SAMPLING PLAN A sampling plan consists of • Sample Universe 18 .It is the collection of first hand information. SECONDARY DATA It refers to the data that have already been collected and analyzed by someone else. secondary data has been collected from books and websites. RESEARCH INSTRUMENT This instrument used in the study is ”questionnaire”. For the purpose of the study. which contained simple and close-ended questions with suggestions of the customers. A questionnaire consists of a number of questions printed or typed in a definite order on a form or set of forms. a questionnaire.

All the customers of TVS MOTOR COMPANY form the universe in the study. SAMPLE SIZE This refers to the number of items to be selected from the universe to a sample. The size of 19 . Sampling frame of the study includes all the customers of TVS Motor Company.• Sampling frame • Sample size • Sampling method • Sampling unit SAMPLE UNIVERSE Universe can be defined as set of items that are of any interest in any particular situation. SAMPLING FRAME It is a list consisting of sampling units.

SAMPLING METHOD 20 . The size of the sample for the study is 50.the sample should neither be excessively large not too small. reliability and flexibility. representativeness. An optimum sample is one that fulfills the requirements of efficiency.

Random samples are those in which samples are selected in such a manner that every member of the universe has an equal chance of being included or excluded in it. we have adopted convenience sampling.Sampling may be of two types. Statistical tools used for the study: • Percentage Analysis. which is non-probability sampling method. selected for the study forms the sample unit. Probability or random samples and non-probability purposive samples. 21 . i. Convenience sampling consists of the collection of information from any convenient group whose views may be relevant to the subject of enquiry. Purposive samples are made to meet the specific requirement of a specific nature. • Weighted Average Method. For the study. DATA ANALYSIS The data after collection has to be processed and analyzed with the outline laid down for the purpose at the time of developing the research plan.e. SAMPLING UNIT All the respondents. each of the customers. This is essential for a scientific study and ensuring that we have all relevant data for making contemplated comparisons and analysis.

services provided. This organizing and 22 . promotional activities etc. The weighted average score is calculated by multiplying the number of responses in a cell with their relative weight and the whole row is summed up to give the weighted score for the factor. Formulae used to calculate percentage analysis is Percentage of respondents= Number of respondents X 100 Total respondents Percentage analysis has been used to analyze the customer’s preference towards various factors such as price. WEIGHTED AVERAGE METHOD This is the method wherein weights are attached to the items. For the purpose of analyzing the questions where the customers have given ranks. The term “weight” stands for relative importance of different items.PERCENTAGE ANALYSIS Percentage analysis is one of the traditional statistical tools. The data in this method are reduced in the standard from with base equal to hundred which facilitates relative comparison. weights have been assigned to various ranks. Data analysis and interpretation is an attempt to organize and summaries data in order to increase results and usefulness in such a manner that it enables the researcher to relate critical points with the study objective.

Percentage analysis has been used to analyze the customers preference towards various factors such as price. 23 .summarizing of data. Information provided by the respondents in the questionnaire has been analyzed and results are represented in the form of tables and charts. Weighted average has been used to rank the various attributes that influenced the respondents to avail the services at TVS Motor Company. promotional activities etc. require the use of statistical tools such as percentages and averages. service provided.

DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION Table 1 shows the brand which respondent prefer OPTIONS YAMAHA BAJAJ TVS HERO HONDA TOTAL NO OF RESPONSE PERCENTAGE 0 0% 0 50 0 50 0% 100% 0% 100% INFERENCE : 100% of the respondents prefer TVS 24 .

Graph 1 shows the brand which respondent prefer 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 100% 0% 0% TVS 0% HERO HONDA YAMAHA BAJAJ 25 .

Table 2 shows customer’s come to know about this product OPTIONS Advertisement Friends Others TOTAL NO OF RESPONSE PERCENTAGE 25 22 3 50 50% 44% 06% 100% INFERENCE : 50% of them responded to advertisement. 26 . 06% of them responded to others. 44% of them responded to friends.

Graph 2 shows customer’s come to know about this product 50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% 50% R VE AD T EN EM TIS 44% DS I EN FR 6% R HE OT 27 S .

20% of them responded to service of sales. 36% of them responded to reputation of the Company.Table 3 shows factors caused to select this bike OPTIONS Brand image Reputation of the company Service after sales NO OF RESPONSE 22 18 10 50 PERCENTAGE 44% 36% 20% 100% TOTAL INFERENCE : 44% of them responded to brand image. 28 .

Graph 3 shows factors caused to select this bike 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% 44% BRAND IMAGE 36% 20% REPUTATION OF SERVICE AFTER THE COMPANY SALES 29 .

Table 4 shows customer’s usage of this bike OPTIONS 1yr-2yrs 2yrs-5yrs Above 5yrs TOTAL NO OF RESPONSE 17 22 11 50 PERCENTAGE 34% 44% 22% 100% INFERENCE : 34% of them responded to 1yr-2yrs. 30 . 44% of them responded to 2yrs-5yrs. 22% of them responded to above 5yrs.

Graph 4 shows customer’s usage of this bike 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% 34% 1yr2yrs 44% 2yrs5yrs 22% above 5yrs 31 .

32 .Table 5 shows service periods of the bike OPTION Once in 3 months Once in 6 months Once in a year TOTAL NO OF RESPONSE 23 22 5 50 PERCENTAGE 46% 44% 10% 100% INFERENCE : 46% of them responded to once in 3 months. 44% of them responded to once in 6 months. 10% of them responded to once in a year.

Graph 5 shows service periods of the bike Once in a year 10% Once in 3 months 46% Once in 6 months 44% 33 .

SPEED:32% of them responded to excellent. 08% of them responded to fair. 46% of them responded to good. 48% of them responded to good. 18% of them responded to fair. 34 .Table 6 shows ranking of some criteria OPTIONS NO OF RESPONSE (IN PERCENTAGE) TOTAL Poor 04% 12% 02% 04% 100% 100% 100% 100% Excellent Color 32% Speed 32% Appearanc 22% e Comfort 42% Good 46% 48% 56% 44% Fair 18% 08% 20% 10% INFERENCE : COLOR:32% of them responded to excellent. 04% of them responded to poor.

APPEARANCE:22% of them responded to excellent. 10% of them responded to fair. COMFORT:42% of them responded to excellent. 56% of them responded to good. 02% of them responded to poor.12% of them responded to poor. 35 . 04% of them responded to poor. 20% of them responded to fair. 44% of them responded to good.

Graph 6 shows ranking of some criteria 60% 50% 42% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Ex ce l le nt 44% 10% 4% Color Speed Appearance Comfort Go od Fa ir Po or 36 .

37 .Table 7 shows customer’s feel about the response from executives while selecting the bike OPTIONS Excellent Good Satisfactory Bad TOTAL NO OF RESPONSE 05 29 13 03 50 PERCENTAGE 10% 58% 26% 06% 100% INFERENCE : 10% of them responded to excellent. 58% of them responded to good. 06% of them responded to bad. 26% of them responded to satisfactory.

Graph 7 shows customer’s feel about the response from executives while selecting the bike 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 26% 10% Excellent Good Satisfactory 58% 6% Bad 38 .

Table 8 shows price of the vehicle OPTIONS Costly Affordable Low price TOTAL NO OF RESPONSE 10 35 05 50 PERCENTAGE 20% 70% 10% 100% INFERENCE : 20% of them responded to costly. 10% of them responded to low price. 39 . 70% of them responded to affordable.

Graph 8 shows price of the vehicle Low price 10% Costly 20% Affordable 70% 40 .

41 .Table 9 shows delivery of the serviced vehicle OPTIONS Within Stipulated time Delay TOTAL NO OF RESPONSE 41 09 50 PERCENTAGE 82% 18% 100% INFERENCE : 82% of them responded to within stipulated time. 18% of them responded to delay.

Graph 9 shows delivery of the serviced vehicle 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Within stipulated time 82% 18% Delay 42 .

06% of them responded to always not available. 43 . 38% of them responded to sometimes available.Table 10 shows availability of product in showrooms OPTIONS Always available Always not available Sometimes available TOTAL NO OF RESPONSE 28 03 19 50 PERCENTAGE 56% 06% 38% 100% INFERENCE : 56% of them responded to always available.

Graph 10 shows availability of product in showrooms 60% 56% 50% 38% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Always available 6% Always not available Sometimes available 44 .

45 . 08% of them responded to poor.Table 11 shows mileage of the vehicle OPTIONS Good Moderate Poor TOTAL NO OF RESPONSE 22 24 04 50 PERCENTAGE 44% 48% 08% 100% INFERENCE : 44% of them responded to good. 48% of them responded to moderate.

Graph 11 shows mileage of the vehicle Poor 8% Poor Moderate Moderate 48% Good Good 44% 46 .

13 of them responded as satisfactory. From the survey 17 of them responded that they are using the bike for 1yr-2yrs. 5.FINDINGS 1. From the survey 10 of them responded that the price of the vehicle costly. followed by 22 of them responded once in 6 months and 5 of them responded once in year. 29 of them responded as good. 4. From the survey 22 of them responded they select the bike for brand image. followed by 22 of them are using 2yrs-5yrs and 11 of them are using above 5yrs. From the survey 5 of them responded excellent for selecting the vehicles by executive. 6. 2. 3 of them responded as bad. 10 of them responded for service after sales. 3 of them through others. 22 of them through friends. 5 of them responded the price as low price. From the survey 23 of them responded that they use to service their vehicle once in 3 months. 18 of them responded for reputation of the company. 3. 35 of them responded the price as affordable. From the survey 25 of them responded that they come to know about the product through advertisements. 47 .

3 of them responded that the product always not available. 8. 48 . From the survey 28 of them responded that product is always available. 24 of them responded as moderate. 9. 19 of them responded sometimes available.7. 4 of them responded as poor. From the survey 41 of them within accepted that the vehicle delivered in stipulated time. From the survey 22 of them responded the mileage as good. 9 of them responded there is a delay in delivering the vehicle.

2. TVS Motor Company should focus on more advertisement. 4. The TVS Motor Company should improve the latest technology to attract more customers. Compliments should be given to those customers who Service their bike at a maximum cost 3. 49 .SUGGESTIONS 1. TVS Motor Company should extent more attention towards customers and make the fully supplied with the service.

A concentrate more on customers enquiry and have to work accordingly to their expectations. 3.CONCLUSION 1. Since the customers are attracted by advertisement. 2. 50 . So the level of advertisement can be improved to attract more customers. Shift systems can be implemented in order to create more employment opportunity as well as to satisfy the customer to his care extent by concentrating the individual customers.

Christopher H Lovelock Louren k Wright 51 .BIBLIOGRAPHY Marketing Management Principle of Service - Philip Kotler Marketing & Management .

000 Questionnarie 1.000 3.ANNEXURES A STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO TVS MOTOR COMPANY Name of the respondent :Gender Age Income (per annum) Contact no ::::Male Female 15yrs-20yrs 20yrs-30yrs above 30yrs 1.00.000 2.000-3.00.000 -2.00.00. How do you come to know about this product? Advertisement Friends Others 52 . Which of the following brand would you prefer? Yamaha TVS Bajaj Hero Honda 2.00.000 above -4.

How do you feel about the response from executives while selecting the vehicles? Excellent Satisfactory Good Bad Good Fair Poor 53 . How long have you been using this bike? 1yr-2yrs above 5yrs 2yrs-5yrs 5. Which of the following factors caused you to select this bike? Brand image Service after sales Reputation of the company 4. How frequent you use to service your vehicle? Once in 3 months Once in year Once in 6 months 6.3. How do you rank the following criteria or variable? Excellent Color Speed Appearance Comfort 7.

How do you feel about the mileage of the vehicle? Better Moderate Poor 54 .8. How do you feel about the price of the vehicle? Costly Affordable Low price 9. How do you perceive about the delivery of the serviced vehicle? Within stipulated time Delay 10. How do you feel about the availability of the product you demand? Always available Sometimes available Always not available 11.

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