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Análise do processo de recuperação de serviços a partir das reclamações dos clientes: estudo de caso em três organizações

Analysis of the process of service recovery from customer complaints: case study in three organizations

Battaglia, Daniel; Borchardt, Miriam

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O objetivo deste trabalho é apresentar uma análise do processo de recuperação de serviços realizado a partir das reclamações dos clientes e de como as melhorias dos processos são efetuadas nas empresas. O trabalho apresenta conceitos relativos a expectativas e percepções, falhas e reclamações, recuperação de serviços e melhoria da qualidade em serviços. O método de pesquisa utilizado é o estudo de caso, que foi empregado em três organizações: uma empresa com alto grau de contato com cliente e serviço personalizado; uma empresa atuante no varejo com médio grau de contato, e uma empresa com baixo grau de contato com o cliente por se tratar de um serviço de massa. Ao final, discutem-se os resultados e encaminha-se a continuidade da pesquisa. Os achados da pesquisa sugerem a necessidade de uma estratégia de recuperação de serviços atrelada à melhoria dos processos, de modo a fornecer o serviço certo já na primeira vez.

Palavras-chave

Recuperação de serviços. Reclamações em serviços. Melhoria da qualidade em serviços.

Abstract

This paper presents an analysis of the process of service recovery based on customer complaints and also how improvement processes are handled within the companies. The paper presents concepts related to expectations and perceptions, flaws and complaints, service recovery and improvement in the quality of services. The method used in the research was the case study. The case studies were taken from three companies: a company with a high degree of contact with customers and customized service, a company operating within retail with a medium degree of contact, and a mass service company with very limited customer contact. At the end of the research, results are discussed and areas for continued research continuity are defined. The findings of this research suggest the need for a service recovery strategy linked to an improvement in processes in order to provide the correct initial service.

Keywords

Service recovery. Customer complaint. Service process improvement.

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