Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

State Bank of India 0 Customer Satisfaction Vs Service Quality Presentation by A.Krishna Kumar Deputy Managing Director (IT) State Bank of India 6th Banking.

Similar presentations

Presentation on theme: "State Bank of India 0 Customer Satisfaction Vs Service Quality Presentation by A.Krishna Kumar Deputy Managing Director (IT) State Bank of India 6th Banking."— Presentation transcript:

1 State Bank of India 0 Customer Satisfaction Vs Service Quality Presentation by A.Krishna Kumar Deputy Managing Director (IT) State Bank of India 6th Banking Technology 2010 Conference & Banking Technology Awards 2009 January 28, 2010

2 State Bank of India 1 Contents of Presentation Customer Satisfaction Service Quality Indian Banking: Challenges The SBI Story

3 State Bank of India 2 Custormer Satisfaction Customer satisfaction is the key to remain in business Customer should get what is needed At the desired time, place and at the right price. 96% dissatisfied customers dont complain- but share with others. 91% unhappy customers never purchase goods / services again % customers can be retained if they get a prompt response. It costs 5 times to attract a new customer than to retain an existing customer.

4 State Bank of India 3 Service Quality Customer needs go on changing. Expectations continue to increase. Quality level needs to be improved accordingly. Quality in a product or service is not what the supplier puts in. It is the value the customer perceives. Quality in customer service requires awareness of needs, problems, fears and aspirations of the customer It is extremely important to deliver what is promised Demand generation is always easier than demand fulfillment Strive to give customers more than what they expect Dissatisfied Customers like to talk to a real, live, responsive person who will listen and help them get satisfaction

5 State Bank of India 4 Improving Service Quality Excellence in Customer Service must be the primary goal of any organization. Every employee should understand the importance of Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction Communicate with customers not only while transacting but more importantly when not transacting Complaint resolution mechanism should leverage technology and also have real, live, responsive persons to communicate to dissatisfied customers whenever needed Customer Feedback Discover customer dissatisfaction Identify customer needs Discover priorities of Quality Compare performance with the competition Determine opportunities for improvement

6 State Bank of India 5 Improving Service Quality Provide consistent Service Experience Before / During / After Sale Across all Channels and touch points Keep IT infrastructure scaled up to the expected / real volumes and running 24x7 Leverage existing customer information / behavior for knowing customer needs in advance Data Warehouse and Customer Relationship Management

7 State Bank of India 6 Indian Banking Challenges: Customer Diversity India is a country of diversity and also of disparities. A number of Indians appear in Forbes Billionaires list yet India also has the largest concentration of poor Luxury cars and bullock carts share the same roads Skyscrapers coexist with slums First challenge is to provide quality service to all the customer classes as per their needs

8 State Bank of India 7 Indian Banking Challenges: Financial Inclusion On an all India basis 41% of adult population is unbanked 500 million Mobile users but about half of them do not have a bank account One bank branch caters to 16,000 individuals in India, while a similar branch in developed countries address the needs of 1,500 to 4,500 individuals. Second challenge is to reach 600,000+ villages and provide Financial Inclusion

9 State Bank of India 8 Indian Banking Challenges: Scaling Up Indias economic growth: Second only to China Projected to overtake Germany as the worlds fifth largest consumer market In two decades, Indian middle class (earning between $4500 to $22000 per year) will be more than half a billion strong Third challenge is to scale up to the growing demand for banking services

10 State Bank of India 9 The SBI Story Meeting the first challenge To provide quality service to all the customer classes as per their needs

11 State Bank of India 10 SBI: IT Architecture: Enabling 24*7 IT Operations Corporate Office Shared operations centre(s) ATM Call Centre Network of Branches Resource Management ALM Treasury Risk Management External Agents Group Companies Associate Banks Other Banks & Alliances RBI StakeholdersProspects Customers Product Development OPERATING UNITS Internet Banking Help Desk Mobile Banking

12 State Bank of India 11 WIDE AREA NETWORKING AND CORE BANKING All branches of SBI Group are on Core Banking. Enabling Anywhere Anytime banking One of the largest private worldwide network Using Leased lines, ISDN, PSTN, MPLS, VSATs More than 25,000 touch points

13 State Bank of India 12 Numbers Nearly 20,000 ATMs Largest Bank owned network in the world Card base 66 mn.- Largest card base in South Asia Connectivity Part land lines and part through VSATs Daily Hit rate 300 hits per ATM Transaction Volume Average : 134 million per month Cash dispensed Rs. 330 billion per month ATM Project Value Added Services Bill Payments, Payment of College/Hostel Fee Card to Card transfer of funds Donation to Temples / Trusts

14 State Bank of India 13 Internet Banking Retail ServicesCorporate Services Customer to Self Customer to Customer Customer to Utility Service Provider Customer to Institutions Customer to e-commerce sites Customer to Government Business to Self Business to Business Business to Employees Business to Institutions Business to Government No. of Users: 4 million 5 million txns per month 3.5 million Retail 1.5 million Corporate Services: Funds transfers (including through RTGS & NEFT, Payment of utility bills, Payment of taxes, Booking of Rail/Air tickets

15 State Bank of India 14 Mobile Banking Services Funds transfer using NEFT Enquiry Services (Balance enquiry / Mini statement) Request Services (Cheque book request) Bill Payment (Utility bills, Credit Cards) m-Commerce (Mobile top up, Merchant Payments, SBI Life Insurance premium) 1.5 lac registered users 10,000 transactions per day

16 State Bank of India 15 The SBI Story Meeting the second challenge To reach 600,000+ villages and provide Financial Inclusion

17 State Bank of India 16 Financial Inclusion: SBI Initiative Enabled through Point of Sale (POS) instrument and Smart Cards Reaching 100 thousand unbanked villages Over 1million No Frills Savings accounts opened Government benefits paid directly to beneficiary's account Operated through Business Correspondent model

18 State Bank of India 17 The SBI Story Meeting the Third challenge To scale up to the growing demand for banking services

19 State Bank of India 18 Preparing for the future Scaling up technology infrastructure and inducting cutting edge technology Enterprise Data Warehouse under implementation Revamping Network Scaling up ATM installations to within this year Opening 1000 branches every year

20 State Bank of India 19 SBI: Biggest Bank in the Service of Smallest Customer More than 2 centuries of Trust Widest reach with more than branches of the group on Core Banking Nearly ATMs of the group All branches enabled for Secure Internet Banking and Mobile Banking All branches enabled for RTGS and NEFT State of the art Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site Enabled E-Government projects Technology driven Financial Inclusion

21 State Bank of India 20 Thank you

Download ppt "State Bank of India 0 Customer Satisfaction Vs Service Quality Presentation by A.Krishna Kumar Deputy Managing Director (IT) State Bank of India 6th Banking."

Similar presentations

Ads by Google