The purpose of this paper is to set forth a reliable and valid means of measuring online service quality based on a broad conceptual framework which integrates theory and conceptualization in customer service quality, information systems quality, and product portfolio management, into online service quality. An ethnographic content analysis of 848 customer reviews of online banking services was employed to identify salient online service quality dimensions. The most frequently cited online service quality attributes, along with literature review and personal interview results, were utilized to develop the survey questionnaire. Subsequent to the pre‐test, a Web‐based survey was undertaken to verify and test the online service quality model. A confirmatory factor analysis produced six key online service quality dimensions: reliability, responsiveness, competence, ease of use, security, and product portfolio. This paper includes a discussion of the managerial and theoretical implications of this online service quality model.
Yang, Z., Jun, M. and Peterson, R.T. (2004), "Measuring customer perceived online service quality: Scale development and managerial implications", International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Vol. 24 No. 11, pp. 1149-1174. https://doi.org/10.1108/01443570410563278
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