Perceptions of Service Quality and Corporate Image Against Satisfaction and Customer Loyalty
The purpose of the study looked at the influence: (1) Perceptions of service quality and corporate image directly on customer satisfaction; (2) Perceptions of service quality, corporate image, and satisfaction directly on customer loyalty; (3) Perceptions service quality and corporate image indirectly on loyalty through customer satisfaction at Travel Prima. The type of research data used comes from the primary (interview questionnaire to the respondent) and secondary (scientific books, articles, or internet). The data is processed quantitatively by path statistical analysis method using SPSS version 23.0. The conclusion of the analysis results can be drawn is: (1) Perceptions of service quality and corporate image directly have a significant positive effect against customer satisfaction; (2) Perceptions of service quality, corporate image, and satisfaction directly have a significant positive effect against customer loyalty; (3) Perceptions of service quality and corporate image indirectly have a significant positive effect against loyalty through customer satisfaction at Travel Prima (Samarinda City).
Keywords: perceptions of service quality; corporate image; satisfaction; customer loyalty
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