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Basing service management on customer determinants

, : Basing service management on customer determinants. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 37(3): 18-23

The article discusses a process for identifying discrete customer decision variables, using the model of the quick-service pizza delivery business. Information was derived from surveys of 128 residents of a large metropolitan area in the USA.

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