• Online Banking in Pakistan
    consumers’perceptions and adoption of e-banking. Gaining access to India’smarkets will require careful analysis of consumer usage behavior. Our study can help understand the perception of customers regarding e-banking in India—the largest market in SouthAsia.This article is regarding the e-banking...
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  • online banking
    International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 3, Issue 9, September 2013 ISSN 2250-3153 1 A Comparative Study of Customer Perception toward E-banking Services Provided By Selected Private & Public Sector Bank in India Ms. Fozia Aligarh Muslim University, India...
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  • Consumer Behaviour
    : Customers perception towards investment in a bank depends on certain factors. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY RESEARCH PROBLEM: To study customer’s perception towards banking industry. SAMPLING PLAN: Universe: respondents who deal in banking industry. Sample size: 50 Technique...
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  • E Banking
    attitudes: an empirical study", Information & Management, Vol. 39 No.4, pp.283-95. Lymperopoulos, C., and Chaniotakis, E. (2004), “Branch employees’ perceptions towards implications of e-banking in Greece”, International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, Vol. 32, No. 6, pp. 302-311. Min, H...
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  • Customer Attitude Towards Using Internet Banking
    perception about service quality, customer satisfaction and loyalty goes a long way in figuring out how these e-services are evaluated. As India is taking giant leaps towards globalization Internet banking is the sector to be studied with great interest. The question of how attitude towards elements...
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  • Cyber Security
    focused on what are the customer’s perceptions about internet banking and what are the drivers that drive consumers. How consumers have accepted internet banking and how to improve the usage rate were the focus of research area in this study. Qualitative exploratory research using questionnaire was...
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  • finance
    The Journal of Nepalese Business Studies Vol. V No. 1 Dec. …… A Study on Customer Perception Towards Internet2008 A Study on Customer Perception Towards Internet Banking: Identifying Major Contributing Factors Divya Singhal and V. Padhmanabhan Internet banking is becoming is...
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  • Asif Notes
    perception towards various banking selection criteria, the more focused research studying the various CSR 10 For details on the results of customers perception on selection and patronage factors, refer Erol and El-Bdour (1989), Erol, Kaynak, et al. (1990), Kader (1993), Haron, Ahmad, et al. (1994...
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  • Employee and Customer Perception
    differences is made by computing a statistic called an F-ratio. The correlation ‘Bivariate’ technique was used to analyze the final data. It helped us to find the relation between the banking services and employee and customer satisfaction by recording their perception towards their respective banks...
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  • research
    ABSTRACT With the popularity of the Internet, e-commerce has become increasingly appealing to society. In this paper, we study the perceptions and attitudes of students toward e-commerce. Such a study will present a profile of how educated groups use the Internet and for what purposes. Also, this...
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  • Miss
    perceptions of service quality in Islamic banking in Malaysia, from the customers’ perspective. The specific objectives of this study are to: • • examine customers’ expectations and perceptions towards the quality of services provided by Islamic banks in Malaysia; Identify the gap between the...
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  • Market Reasearch
    banking sector to gain competitive advantage and how the account holder of banks can be delighted not just by their services but by reaching beyond the expectations of the customers. * Customer satisfaction: “the individual’s perception of the performance of the product or service in relation to...
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  • Islamic Research Prposal
    products and services,” International Journal of Islamic Financial Venardos, A. M. (2006). Islamic Banking & Finance in South-East Asia -Its Development &Future. Singapore, World Scientific. Yavas U, Bigin Z, Shenwell D (1997). Service quality in the banking sector in an emerging economy: a consumer survey, Inter. J. Bank Mark, 15(6): 217-223. 18 | P a g e ...
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  • E-Banking
    circulation has continued to increase pre-and-post bank recapitalization/consolidation exercise. Furthermore, some of the 25 banks that survived the exercise were found lately to have depleted their capital base and have lost credibility before the consumers, e-Banking implementation notwithstanding...
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  • Customer Perception Towards Mobile Banking with Special Reference to India
    CUSTOMER PERCEPTION TOWARDS MOBILE BANKING WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIA Purpose: The objective of this paper is to study customer perception towards mobile banking and finding important factors in India. Design/Methodology/Approach: The research methodology is largely based on extensive...
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  • An Anlysis of Customer Perception Towards Mobile Banking
    age group respond to different mobile service or there perception towards mobile banking. Nature of data Collection: - Through questionnaire Population: - 50000 Sample: - 100 person will be asked to fill questioanre . Tools of data analysis (A) Hypothesis test:- Z test...
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  • A Study on the Demographic Factors Influencing the Adoption of E-Banking in India.
    small fraction of those do their banking transactions online because of lack of trust and several other factors. This study will explore e- banking facilities through the consumer’s eyes and seek to understand the attitude and behavior of consumers towards e-banking which will help the banks to...
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  • Determinants of Smes Perceptions Towards Electronic Banking
    Determinants of SMEs Perceptions towards Electronic Banking Dr Ahmad Kaleem Associate Professor Department of Business Administration Lahore School of Economics, Lahore, Pakistan. Email: drkaleem@lahoreschool.edu.pk Abstract Electronic distribution channels have gained...
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  • Marketing project
    towards the mobile banking offered by banks. Consumers’ disinclination towards modern banking services attributed to the gaps between the perceived and the expected services from consumers’ view. Service–Quality model of gap analysis helped to identify and analyse the causes for unsuccessful delivery...
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  • Research
    , W. M., Manolis, C., & Lassar, S. S. (2005). The relationship between consumer innovativeness, personal characteristics and online banking adoption. International Journal of Bank Marketing, 23(2), 176–199. Lee, G. G., & Lin, H. F. (2005). Customer perceptions of e-service quality in online shopping...
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