To identify customer requirements regarding e-retailing service failures, this study applied Kano’s model to sort the e-retailing compensation elements into various categories for identifying the key elements, maximizing customer satisfaction and minimizing customer dissatisfaction based on investigation of the sample of 167 e-retailing customers. The result indicates that a psychological compensation is the basic requirement of e-retailing customer and a refund can improve customer satisfaction when any service failure is occurred. Moreover, an economic compensation is indifferent for a dissatisfied customer. The result can help the e-retailer to understand what different compensations would have diverse effects on customers and provide effective guidelines to reduce customer’s dissatisfaction caused by the service failure.
Chen, Ling-Hsiu and Wu, Tzu-Hsien, "The Research of Online Service Recovery Based on Kano’s Model" (2009). ICEB 2009 Proceedings (Macau, SAR China). 22.