A Study on Customer Relationship Management Practices in Indian Banks With Special Reference to Chennai City

  • T.S. Kumar Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, Jawahar Science College, Neyveli, Tamil Nadu, India
  • K Kalairaja Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, Jawahar Science College, Neyveli, Tamil Nadu, India
Keywords: CRM in Indian banks, Customer relationship management, Service provided in Indian banks, CRM in banks at Chennai city, Customer satisfaction on banks

Abstract

The banking landscape has undergone a paradigm shift from welfare oriented banking to profit oriented banking over a period of three decades. The deregulation has completely transformed a very complexion of commercial banks in the early nineties. Prior to deregulation syndrome, the customers were given short shrift in the social sector banking era. The customers were made to run from pillar to post to get an ordinary personal loan. Only those who can afford to offer security were made eligible for big ticket loans. The borrowers had to wait endlessly for various types of consumer loans. The customers in the current era of liberalized environment are enjoying the privilege of choosing their banks in terms of various considerations. The main objectives of the study is to examine the current customer relation strategies adopted in Indian Banks, to identify the deficiencies in the existing customer satisfaction variables which lead to Bridge the customers and the bank, to study the difference in perception of the customers of the bank toward various services provided by bank and to analysis the satisfaction level of customer services provided by the bank. The survey reveals that assenters are satisfied in most of the aspects and they want to continue with their respective banks. So now if the banks use proper strategies to overcome the shortcomings faced by customers, the banks can easily build a strong relationship and that will allow the bank to earn profit in the competitive environment.

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2021-07-01
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