Title: Impact of demographic variables on factors of customer satisfaction in banking industry using confirmatory factor analysis
Authors: Ruchika Gupta; Siddharth Varma
Addresses: Amity Business School, Amity University, Plot No. 48 A, Knowledge Park III, Greater Noida – 201308, India ' International Management Institute New Delhi, B-10, Qutab Institutional Area, Tara Crescent, New Delhi – 110016, India
Abstract: Emergence of technology and competitive pressures led by financial liberalisation are driving fundamental shifts in the way Indian banks operate and deliver services to their customers. Banks are progressively moving towards an age of high-technology banking in order to ensure operational excellence and higher customer satisfaction. Use of technology for providing banking services requires investment of money and time and it becomes imperative to understand whether technological innovations really boost the level of customer satisfaction. This paper attempts to measure the impact of demographic variables on various determinants of customer satisfaction in the Indian banking industry, e.g., security, reliability, privacy. Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) using AMOS 18 was utilised to examine the validity and reliability of the measurement model. The study is based on a survey of banking customers particularly in the National Capital Region of Delhi. The study is limited to two innovations in the banking industry: credit/debit card and internet banking.
Keywords: technology; innovation; customer satisfaction; confirmatory factor analysis; CFA; credit/debit card; internet banking.
International Journal of Electronic Banking, 2019 Vol.1 No.4, pp.283 - 303
Received: 07 May 2018
Accepted: 01 Mar 2019
Published online: 30 Jul 2019 *