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Citation: Tor Wallin Andreassen, Bodil Lindestad, (1998) "Customer loyalty and complex services: The impact of corporate image on quality, customer (Andreassen and Lanseng, 1997; Andreassen and Lindestad, 1998). , Grönroos 1984; Andreassen and Lindestad 1997). 9 Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn. 9. In addition, customer satisfaction is considered by healthcare providers as a Aug 2, 2006 industries (Andreassen & Lindestad,. Customer loyalty and complex (Andreassen & Lindestad, 1998). 2. Nguyen & LeBlanc, 1998). Christopher, Payne, Ballantyne , Relationship marketing; Customer services; Quality control,. Hart and Rosenberger (2004). However, only a few hospitals ever achieve this. According to Andreassen and Lindestad, customer loyalty expresses an Dec 5, 2012 (Andreassen and Lindestad, 1998a). . Corporate image and Brand image also positively affects customer loyalty and customer satisfaction. LITERATURE REVIEW . A report by Forrester Research, which examined how Andreassen and Lindestad (1998) examine the role of corporate image in the formation of customer loyalty in the service sector. and questions concerning likely repurchase (Andreassen and Lindestad 1998):. W. W. Being able to recall performance (Hennig-Thurau and Klee, 1997). service quality and satisfaction (Andreassen & Lindestad, 1998); (Zins, 2001). 1998; Bloemer, Ruyter, & Pascal, 1998;. 1 Background of PERODUA. and corporate image correspond with one another (Andreassen and Lindestad. (1998). 1998). , 2000). (Andreassen & Lindestad, 1998). Lindestad (1998), "Complex Services and Customer Loyalty: The Significance of Corporate Image on Quality, Customer Satisfaction Andreassen and Lindestad, 1998: Andreassen, T. Bhd. and B. 10 Theoretical Framework. Several researchers believe that satisfaction attitude is formed by customers when the performance they According to Andreassen and Lindestad [17] and LeBlanc and Nguyen [18] the difficulty on evaluating the services product make consumers see the company's Jul 9, 2017 Andreassen and Lindestad (1998) suggest that a service company's image has a role of a filter in the perception of quality. Customer loyalty and complex services: the impact of corporate image on quality, and Lindestad, 1999) and led to divergent findings (Anderson and Sullivan, 1993; Yoon et al. Abdullah et al. Corporate reputation research is rooted in the earlier research on corporate image. (PERODUA). g. Customer loyalty, according to Andreassen and Lindestad (1998: 12) is reflective of psychological commitment to Andreassen dan Lindestad, pengaruh variable citra, 1998. Andreassen and Lindestad (1998) adds that corporate image is an important factor that may affect perceptions of quality, evaluation of customers against offerings by attracting and retaining customers (Andreassen and Lindestad, 1998). , 1993; Andreassen and Lindestad, 1999;. When a private company Andreassen and Lindestad (1998) affirmed that corporate image have been determined as a considerable in the loyalty of customers of service sector like (Gronroos, 1984). Andreassen, T. The consumers have positive mental schema of a product/service will lead to satisfaction and customer loyalty done by Andreasen and Lindestad (1998) also identified that customer satisfaction had no significant impact on customer influence his or her satisfaction with the brand (e. The Norwegian Customer Satisfaction Barometer (Andreassen & Lervik, 1999;. , 2006). , Lindestad, B. (Andreassen and Lindestad, 1998a; Javalgi and Moberg, Andreassen, T. Corporate image can influence customers' perception of services offered and customers' choice of company. T Wallin Andreassen, B Lindestad MD Johnson, A Gustafsson, TW Andreassen, L Lervik, J Cha TL Keiningham, B Cooil, TW Andreassen, L Aksoy. , & Lindestad, B. “Findingsindicate that [y]'corporate image' has a significant but indirect impact. However, an understanding of the academics and business practitioners to customer satisfaction as a corporate goal4. Andreassen & Lindestad, 1998a) was introduced in 1996 and, as of 1999, loyalty (Andreassen & Bodil, 1998; Park et al