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Tourist customer service satisfaction

Francis P. Noe

Tourist customer service satisfaction

an encounter approach

by Francis P. Noe

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tourism -- Management,
  • Hospitality industry -- Management,
  • Hospitality industry -- Management

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Francis P. Noe, Muzaffer Uysal and Vincent P. Magnini.
    ContributionsUysal, Muzaffer., Magnini, Vincent P.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG155.A1 N58 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24069365M
    ISBN 109780415578042
    LC Control Number2010005855
    OCLC/WorldCa526809501

      Customer Services is directly related to Tourism because Travel Industry is based on Money and without customer there is no Income. Good customer service is required at every part of tourism either it is hotel, restaurant, travel agency, flight etc. Regardless of how rude and demanding the customer can be it is more important to keep positive attitude and be friendly with the customer. Book Description. Globally the hospitality and tourism industry is evolving and undergoing radical changes. The past practices are now advancing through the rapid development of knowledge and skills acquired to adapt and create innovations in various ways. Hence, it is imperative that we have an understanding of the present issues so that we are able to remedy problems on the horizon.

    Customer satisfaction in business: a case study of Moon Travel Ltd, Finland. Year Pages 50 Today, competition among businesses has become increasingly intense and organizations realize that they cannot compete with each other solely on price, but need to focus on their valued customers. The conception of customer satisfaction on services. Customer satisfaction is a goal of each organization (Bagdonienė and Hopenienė, ). Going back to the year as the authors Szwarc () and Hill et al. () tell hardly anyone spoke very much about customer service .

    customer service relates to issues such as staff attitude, the premises and the products (or services) good customer service relates very much to the use of communication skills – an employee of a business must be able to tell the customer about the product or service and be able to deal with complaints 24 Customers and customer service   Most customer service complaints are taken care of quickly and to the guest's satisfaction. Interestingly, VRBO and HomeAway came in second and third. Had they combined, they would have been first.


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