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Dual semiosis analysis model managing customer-focused service innovation

Nadee, W., Alhammad, M., Uppal, A. and Gulliver, S. ORCID: (2015) Dual semiosis analysis model managing customer-focused service innovation. In: 12th International Joint Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering 2015, 22 - 24 July 2015, Prince of Songkla University, HatYai Campus, Thailand, pp. 144-149.

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Customers will not continue to pay for a service if it is perceived to be of poor quality, and/or of no value. With a paradigm shift towards business dependence on service orientated IS solutions [1], it is critical that alignment exists between service definition, delivery, and customer expectation, businesses are to ensure customer satisfaction. Services, and micro-service development, offer businesses a flexible structure for solution innovation, however, constant changes in technology, business and societal expectations means an iterative analysis solution is required to i) determine whether provider services adequately meet customer segment needs and expectations, and ii) to help guide business service innovation and development. In this paper, by incorporating multiple models, we propose a series of steps to help identify and prioritise service gaps. Moreover, the authors propose the Dual Semiosis Analysis Model, i.e. a tool that highlights where within the symbiotic customer / provider semiosis process, requirements misinterpretation, and/or service provision deficiencies occur. This paper offers the reader a powerful customer-centric tool, designed to help business managers highlight both what services are critical to customer quality perception, and where future innovation

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Henley Business School > Business Informatics, Systems and Accounting
ID Code:42129
Uncontrolled Keywords:Innovation; Gap analysis; Service evolution; Semiosis

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