August 18, 2021
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Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM)‘s appointment as the sole Malaysian cloud service provider (CSP) by the Malaysian government last April opens the door for the establishment and reinforcement of public services with sustainable connected data cloud computing infrastructure that is secured with full data residency and sovereignty in Malaysia.
National cloud based education and healthcare platform, agile cloud based tax, transport and registry system, smart services with analytics, disaster warnings, and even solving traffic congestion. The application of cloud computing allows public services to provide data driven services and application to solve many public challenges with the flexibility, agility and speed to respond faster, efficiently and effectively during peak demands at lower operating cost. Many facets of society benefit from the invaluable adoption of the cloud by the public sector.
According to analysts, three of the typical hallmarks of a developed digital economy centre – capabilities, the level of ‘connectedness’, and competitiveness – are well served by the expert implementation and use of Cloud services. TM ONE, TM’s enterprise and public sector business solutions arm, shares how its expertise and comprehensive suite of digital solutions are making an impact on the lives of Malaysians.
Cloud as the key to unlocking innovation
The Cloud is unlocking big data, artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things (IoT) for governments, thereby opening the doors to improve citizens’ lives. In Malaysia, Cloud services have been used to stimulate economic and health recovery through the MySejahtera app. The Cloud enables the app’s system to handle large amounts of traffic at the same time, compared to on-premises capabilities.
The app allows citizens to record their visits to any business or even private premises by scanning QR codes. If they have been exposed to a confirmed case of COVID-19, authorities can communicate directly with citizens and point them to the nearest healthcare provider.
Most other public services in Malaysia have shifted online thanks to the Cloud. Citizens can now register for vaccinations and check national exam results digitally. The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has also used Cloud-powered analytics to monitor the implementation of various assistance programmes.
“The possibilities are endless when talking about the innovative public services that can be deployed, powered by Cloud,” said Mohamad Rejab Sulaiman, Head of Product and Innovations at TM ONE. “Whether in public healthcare, digital education, public safety, digital Government, smart cities or empowering communities’ for social and economic wellbeing, countless smart solutions can be rolled out to enhance the lives of all Malaysians. This is one of the objectives of the Government’s MyDIGITAL, and TM ONE is always ready with our comprehensive suite of digital solutions to support this national agenda.”
Apart from being the sole Malaysian CSP, another edge for TM ONE lies in its multi-cloud offerings. Alongside Cloud Connect Sdn Bhd, which was appointed as the Managed Service Provider, the TM ONE-Cloud Connect tag team is able to support Government institutions in Malaysia regardless of their choice of Cloud infrastructure. In addition, its Cloud management platform allows Government agencies to manage their multi-Cloud deployments seamlessly and conveniently from a single console.
Malaysia lost RM490 million (US$119 million) to cybercrime in 2019, according to the Malaysia Computer Emergency Response Team. In mitigating this, TM ONE has set up the Cyber Defence Centre (CYDEC) to help strengthen the nation’s defences against malicious cyber-attacks.
“CYDEC can detect, respond, predict and prevent cyber threats originating from a range of platforms and channels including 5G, Cloud, IoT and more. The cybersecurity services offered under CYDEC provide users with added assurance knowing their data is kept secure,” he added.
The geographical location of where data is being stored constitutes an important aspect of the security of a government’s cloud systems. Data is subject to the legislation of the country in which it is hosted, which engenders complications, wrote TechRadar.
For example, in 2016, voter registration data of more than 93 million Mexican citizens were found to be accessible to the public. The country’s election institute held personal information about citizens on an unprotected Amazon cloud server hosted outside of Mexico.
TM ensures that Government data resides solely in Malaysia, said Rejab. This will help “serve and protect the data privacy of Malaysians”, he explained.
Widening broadband access
In the follow up to TM’s appointment as CSP, it will continue its work to enhance internet access across the country. As more citizens work and study remotely in the new normal and beyond, high speed and reliable connectivity have become a crucial utility and enabler of the economy. This was evidenced by the surge in Internet traffic arising largely from the emergence of COVID-19 related lockdowns – but throughflow speeds saw a reduction of up to 40 per cent, according to Jalinan Digital Negara (JENDELA).
To help address this, TM ONE will serve as “an active and major contributor” to expand Malaysia’s fibre broadband network. It plans to connect public mobile towers to the network, and not just private homes and businesses.
The Cloud has demonstrated its massive potential to positively impact the lives of citizens, not only in Malaysia but across the world. Governments are now better positioned with greater awareness of how digital innovation can unlock real-world improvements for its citizens.
This article was first published on GovInsider.Asia
October 11, 2021
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The COVID-19 pandemic has made it increasingly urgent for organizations to supercharge their agility, speed and resilience in order to meet the challenges of achieving their objectives.
For Lembaga Tabung Haji (TH), the Malaysian government institution responsible for the management of hajj and investments activity, this translated into facing an array of pandemic-related disruptions while striving to operate at near-full capacity and in particular, pursuing sound strategies to deepen engagement with customers and continue growth.
In particular, Tabung Haji Contact Centre (THCC) confronted the daunting prospect of serving some 9 million depositors, operating through 123 branches with 10,000 touchpoints nationwide. With increasing numbers of new depositors, customers would call TH for several different reasons ranging from general inquiries, savings accounts inquiries to matters relating to the pilgrimage of depositors to the Holy Land.
Using a platform of smart partnerships and digital excellence, TH is successfully circumventing current challenges, and at scale.
These steps have safeguarded and ensured TH’s customer operation has not been disrupted in any way and that customer satisfaction remains optimal. THCC has been an important engine in managing customer relations and associated operations. To uncover some of the key drivers behind this success, we need to look at ways to elevate contact centre performance today.
“THCC has become the mainstay of TH services that meet the needs, expectations and feedbacks of depositors. The outstanding determination and performance throughout the operation of THCC is in line with the vision and mission of TH” – Datin Normimy Mohamed Noor, General Manager Marketing, Communications & Customer Service Division Lembaga Tabung Haji
Amplifying customer experience
To dive a little deeper into this success story, we need to look back to pre-pandemic times and acknowledge that the critical role that contact centres play in handling customer inquiries, particularly as service, quality and turnaround speeds pose the potential to make or break customer relationships. This is again recently evidenced by a Khoros survey, which notes that 30% of customers said they would stop giving their business to a brand that failed to meet their timeframe expectations.
Handling high volumes of inquiries is a large undertaking in normal circumstances, however, COVID-19 has significantly exacerbated support volume and created labour shortages at many contact centres, businesses are feeling the squeeze.
Taking a few steps back, when TH saw that business had been growing exponentially through the years, resulting in rising call volumes, it made a decision to turn to a specialist whose core competencies included customer management.
The specialist that TH has been collaborating for more than 10 years is TM ONE (formerly known as VADS) to help outsource the Tabung Haji Contact Centre (THCC). TM ONE prioritises its responsibility in upholding service sustainability and that this is assured without any interruption or impact to overall customer experience – even amid crises such as COVID-19.
Buoyed by this partnership, TH has the ability to track and analyse all end-to-end customers’ inquiries, complaints and feedback. These inputs, fortunately, allow TH to continuously improve customer engagement strategies, products and services, thus helping TH to be sustainable, competitive and remain relevant to the market.
Breaking free with digital
Digital solutions when smartly adopted enable organisations to break through hurdles to higher performance. In this instance, TM ONE has introduced Cloud CX Solution to TH to better manage THCC service sustainability.
Cloud CX Solution helps TH to provide insights into the operations, develop strategies in key areas and achieve operational excellence. TM ONE reports that its large volume of interactions generates a massive amount of valuable data, which holds the potential for ongoing business strategies and improvements through predictive analytics.
With this technological tool, THCC enables TH to achieve their business outcomes by staying connected to customers and ensuring satisfaction. This was evident when THCC was successfully re-certified for ISO 18295-1: 2017 (CCC) SIRIM Recertification Audit 2021 and this became an outstanding new benchmark for THCC, drawing respect from other call centres.
Furthermore, TM ONE created a more immersive digital experience for TH’s customers by embracing digital channels and engendering exceptional digital services quality. This results in a harmonious balance of efficient resolution and important empathetic ‘human-touch’ interaction.
THCC also supports TH’s online and digital services initiatives through its THiJARI online platform services, which provides support to depositors, and encourages greater use of online services – a safety factor that is especially in the current COVID-19 pandemic phase.
Another digital advance is the introduction by TM ONE of the AYDAD System, which can be accessed by all branch offices throughout Malaysia from 1 September 2021. The AYDAD System is a web-based application to help THCC and branches obtain information and related services, products and processes. This information will be used by members at the branch office to answer any queries received and the information provided is fast, accurate and up to date. On top of that, the enablement of certain critical functions outside TH’s normal business operations requires a method to effect proper knowledge transfer. TM ONE’s extensive Knowledge Management and Training strategy ensure all contact centre agents are correctly oriented and given a deeper understanding of THCC’s services and customer needs. The consistent use of these strong knowledge management tools across all channels plays a highly significant role in delivering excellent customer experiences.
Today, THCC’s technology and capabilities allow an average of 10,000 voice interactions to be handled every month with 94.3% of customers call picked up within 10 seconds. Callers have a quick, hassle–free accessibility to TH channels, reduces waiting time, which further enhances TH brand image.
THCC’s strategic approach to digital transformation, with the adroit use of technologies and expertise arising from the partnership with TM ONE, now enables an average of 1,700 digital channel interactions to be handled every month with a 100% response rate. With that, TH has resolved 96% of their customers enquiries within the first interaction (First Call Resolution-FCR), resulting in a better experience outcome for customers.
Despite the restrictions due to the pandemic, serving customers remains a priority. The current surge of customers through online channels is aptly handled by THCC, ensuring TH’s business continuity, and delivered with the resilience demanded by this highly challenging period. Most importantly, as confirmed by Customer Satisfaction Index results, TH customers acknowledge that TH service quality remains rated at 100%, which is again essential for driving business growth.
Through the years, by leveraging its technology partnership, TH has adopted innovative contact centre processes and new technology platforms, and has built a robust, resilient and agile platform to circumvent crises. TH has evolved to a fully-fledged customer-first culture, and continues to grow by extend wider support to its external, internal and business partners.
Since the inception of the partnership, TM ONE has proven to be a reliable partner to TH by heightening TH customers’ experience, and meeting over 97% of the contractual KPIs. This collaboration resulted in THCC’s recognition as one of the prime contact centres in the world, drawing multiple accolades and awards from the industry.
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October 02, 2021
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Business leaders in Southeast Asia face three critical choices when using digital technologies to secure future opportunities.
Digital transformation continues to be the number one topic in Southeast Asia, especially as business leaders ramp up digital initiatives to face off disruptions arising from the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to Gartner, worldwide IT spending in 2021 is expected to grow by 4% in 2021, totalling US$3.8 trillion. Meanwhile, IDC’s 2020 Digital SMB Pulse Survey confirms that more than 90% of small and medium businesses in Asia Pacific increased their reliance on technologies in the search for increased market share, customer engagement, and higher employee morale – and of course to enable remote working.
However, analysts point out the road to a digital-first strategy to transform processes, business models, and organisational culture brings up critical stumbling blocks. Right at the outset, business leaders face the problem of making the right choices within a bewildering scenario of rapidly evolving technologies, information security concerns, and other shifting economic patterns.
And while setting up remote work, e-payments and teleconferencing are a solid start, there is much more to the business of digital technology than meets the eye – such as correctly understanding and unlocking the best uses from automation, artificial intelligence (AI), the internet of things (IoT), and big data analytics, among others.
On top of that, another leading consulting firm Deloitte highlights in its 2021 Tech Trends report that: “Exploring technology trends individually is no longer enough to stay ahead. Organisations are deploying them in concert to create a foundation for innovation that can propel their business into the future.”
Even more critical, a Boston Consulting Group white paper warns that successful digital transformations are rare but getting that certain factors right can flip the odds of success from 30% to 80%.
Speed to market
Another Boston Consulting Group study of more than 200 companies said that “digital leaders achieved 1.8x higher earnings growth than digital laggards – and more than double the growth in total enterprise value.”
No wonder that dependency on technology and digital solutions is growing as businesses compete to increase market share, customer engagement and to stay resilient in these challenging times.
The key message is that whether you run a small or medium business or work in a larger enterprise, you no longer have the luxury of time or resources to explore new technologies – one by one.
To ramp up the speed to market, discerning business leaders are turning to partnerships as a preferred approach. As a one-stop centre for businesses, TM ONE is an ideal partner for the transformation journey through the key digital steps of cloud, cybersecurity and smart services that we provide.
Step One: Cloud computing at the heart of transformation
The first digital key – cloud computing has proved to be the flexible answer to problems of how to enable remote working during pandemic lockdowns. More employees than ever before are using cloud-powered applications such as Google Workspace, iCloud and of course email.
Even before this, on a business level, cloud computing occupied a powerful role in fast tracking the digitalisation of both the private and public sectors. According to IDC, Southeast Asia’s cloud computing market is growing and is expected to be worth USD40.32 billion by 2025. Reflecting this trend, the Singapore sovereign fund recently announced plans to invest USD3.9 billion in building a data centre portfolio to respond to the booming cloud computing demand.
When the pandemic caught much of the world off guard last year, the Malaysian government, for example, was able to quickly scale its digital capabilities via cloud computing and disperse relief funds to vast numbers of businesses in need.
The same holds true for education ministries around the world that had to quickly upscale online learning with limited in-house digital infrastructure. In countries like Mexico, cloud computing mixed with AI was able to monitor hospital waiting rooms at a time when medical resources were overstretched.
Another prime public sector example, the government of Malaysia has said its Cloud First strategy aims to move 80% of public data to private-public cloud systems by the end of next year, as part of a move to improve the efficiency of its services.
Offering cost-effective, easily scalable, high-speed digital infrastructure, TM ONE – the enterprise and public sector business solutions arm of Telekom Malaysia Berhad – is the only Malaysian provider selected to help build this necessary infrastructure in the coming months in a group that includes Amazon, Google and Microsoft.
In addition to government ministries, TM ONE delivers cloud computing services to healthcare organisations and financial institutions, all of which understand the importance of digitalisation to stay competitive, secure and resilient in an age which demands greater agility and resilience.
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October 01, 2021
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Azida Mohamed Burhan
Head of Marketing & Customer Experience, TM ONE
Today, we live in an era driven by customer experience (CX). From booking a flight to having a meal at a restaurant, we have our personal stories that help us form opinions on a brand or business. CX is now the priority for companies looking to set themselves apart from the competition, according to a 2020 survey by SuperOffice.[i] For instance, American Express found that 86% of customers are willing to pay more for a better customer experience, while both PwC and McKinsey researches show that 25% to32% of customers will defect after just one bad experience.[ii]&[iii]
However, measuring the success of digital CX in an age where generic technology-based processes serve customers more isn’t as easy as it seems. Executives in the world’s biggest companies are investing in digital transformation, and with it comes a farrago of metrics to track the success of an “ideal” digital customer experience.
At TM ONE, we believe that “what you don’t measure, you can’t improve”. In our pursuit of building a company centred around delivering the best-in-class digital customer experience, we have compiled five (5) key indicators used by the top CX practitioners in the world to measure the success of digital CX:
1. Digital customer acquisition rate
For digital businesses, measuring their capability of acquiring customers is a great starting point to assess digital CX, which in turn drives long-term growth. Try pondering the question, “how many new purchasing customers have been acquired exclusively online, across all digital channels?”. A case in point is that consumers who enjoy the online experience tend to get converted into customers. Thus, the higher the number of digitally acquired customers, the more likely it indicates a pleasant digital experience.
Besides, measuring digital customer acquisition as a percentage of total customer acquisition will highlight a major difference in the cost of acquisition. The advent of online referral codes and digital personalisation have made it 20 – 50% cheaper for companies to gain new customers (depending on the industry). [iv] & [v] In the long run, studies have also shown that cost of serving digital customers is 20 – 40% lower than those acquired through traditional methods. [vi] This allows companies to shift investments from customer acquisition and focus on boosting digital CX.
2. Digital customer engagement rate
Another great way to gauge digital CX success is to measure online engagement. At different stages of the customer journey, create platform-specific measures to track the progress on driving engagement and the conversion of potential customers through digital initiatives. These measures don’t have to be complicated. Find ways to answer these questions:
Customers who spend hours looking at products and revisiting the digital catalogue multiple times a day are highly likely to enjoy the digital experience. Pay attention to these metrics to gain a clearer view of how customers feel about their interaction with your brand and, more importantly, their intentions to purchase.
Digital engagement is also a great tool to highlight the segment of your customers that require extra attention. Some companies even take that extra mile to organise digital events and initiate brand ambassadorships. This creates engagement within the community, which improves digital CX and drives digital awareness overall.
3. Digital transaction score
Companies need to take note of the rapid growth in digital transactions and the share of online payments induced by the pandemic restrictions. As businesses go digital, so do their operations and, most likely, how their customers perform transactions. In today’s digital era, customers expect these transactions to be fast and seamless. Take into consideration the share of all transactions performed across all digital channels. Measure the progress made in driving online transactions and simplify the methods for a digital interchange of value. A higher percentage of transactions would indicate that customers are satisfied with the entire user journey, as they see an opportunity for instant fulfilment.
Having measures for digital transactions would also enable a deeper understanding of your online customer’s behaviour. These transactions are valuable sources of information, especially if your company uses analytical tools to dissect and acquire additional insights from your customers. Informed companies can pair that know-how with further investments in specific areas of digital CX.
4. Effort score
In an era where customers perform activities through a few clicks or taps on their devices, companies need to simplify how customers do business with them. A good starting point of measuring digital CX is to identify the different digital customer journeys. Start by creating layers of indicators to measure the efforts taken by a customer to perform a certain service. For example, a bank would measure digital CX by identifying the time taken for a new customer to register for a bank account or how long it takes to resolve different types of customer issues.
Companies need to minimise friction points in customer journeys and look for ways to eliminate the need for any ‘extra effort’ from the consumer’s point of view. The best way to create a successful digital CX is to exceed expectations – whenever and wherever possible. Quickly identify the digital bottlenecks impeding a smooth CX and create a low-effort experience to make life easy for your customers. As Gartner puts it, “effort is the strongest driver for customer loyalty”.[Vii]
5. Automation rate
With millions of transactions taking place per day, it can be hard for companies to keep up and provide the same digital experience across multiple channels. As investments into automation lead to a more consistent digital CX, companies need metrics in place to measure the extent of how automated customer-facing processes are. Chatbots, automated KYC and e-forms are great examples of tools that help drive customers towards a more reliable self-service-based experience. The key here is to identify the extent to which all available customer journeys integrate with automated processes; that plays a crucial role in optimising, standardising, and streamlining digital services.
Nine out of ten world-leading brands use Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based automation solutions to enhance digital customer experience and satisfaction. [viii] Other than the obvious improvements in reliability and simplicity, automation helps reduce labour-intensive processes. This frees up the capacity to deliver more humanised digital CX while setting the foundation for better service personalisation.
Building digital CX success must start with using the right measures
Creating customer-centric businesses take time and effort. Improving this key facet of the business is a marathon, not a race. It is about taking ownership of these measures across a multi-year journey and using them to make informed decisions. Craft an empathetic organisation that cares about how to deliver as much as what to deliver. If you want to obtain CX success in the digital era, you need to be able to measure digital CX success. A fantastic way to start is by using the five key indicators we just spoke about.
September 30, 2021
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Mohamed Rejab Sulaiman
Head of Products & Innovation, TM ONE
Welcome to the experience economy – where value is created based on who curates the best experience. The winner? Enterprises that put consumers at the heart of every interaction. There are a lot of fundamental technologies that enable the delivery of a great customer experience (CX). Since contact centre applications are one of the most impressionable aspects for most consumers, it makes sense to focus your technological investments there. So, stop thinking about your contact centre as a cost centre. Instead, visualise it as a profit centre. We see three (3) fundamental technologies that will greatly improve your contact centre and – levelling up your CX.
Traditionally, most contact centres and other channels delivering CX are on-premise. This is because enterprises were concerned about high reliability, data security, and compliance. But over the last 18 months, businesses are rapidly migrating their customer support services to the Cloud – and for good reason.
Cloud services enable business continuity – one of the highest priorities in 2020. Agents get to work from anywhere and maintain service levels with the Cloud. Nelson Hall reported that from 2021 onwards, 25-30% of the total market would apply a work-from-home model. Also, the Cloud solutions of today have enterprise-grade security and are compliant with the required standards and regulations. A Cloud-based solution will most likely ensure your customers get stable, seamless and efficient CX – regardless of the COVID-19 effects.
A key differentiator for today’s enterprises is eliminating CX siloes by integrating different customer touchpoints. With the Cloud, you get to orchestrate a single customer journey from your brick-and-mortar store, your online site, social media channels, and mobile apps to your customer support centre. This means your customers will be able to have an experience that is cohesive – regardless of whether they choose to walk into your store, visit your app, or talk to your customer service representatives. You will get to know their histories, what they are interested in, and serve them accordingly. Aberdeen Group showed that companies with a robust omnichannel customer engagement retain 89% of their customers on average, compared to 33% of companies with weaker omnichannel customer engagement.
The Cloud, being a scalable, flexible solution, allows you to access the latest technologies rapidly in response to your changing customer needs. With “click-and-enable” plug-ins, you no longer need to go through building, testing, and integration cycles. This frees your IT team to focus on other pressing goals while exceeding your customers’ expectations.
2. Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
Leverage RPA and significantly transform your CX. RPA helps you to automate repetitive tasks so your team can focus on what matters – building lasting relationships with your customers. Furthermore, it speeds up efficiency, reduces errors, and ensures consistency. RPA works for both client-facing tasks and internal tasks. However, a bigger opportunity for automation shines in integrating the back-end with the front-end to help make quick decisions, when and where it matters.
Take automation in the insurance sector, for example. When a client calls to file a claim, the agent must search for the client’s policy. On occasions when the client has a few different policies, the agent has to differentiate and identify the right one – all the while conversing with the client. Not only is this inefficient, but there are also possibilities for errors. However, by automating this process, the system can immediately identify the correct customer policy — either based on customer’s phone numbers or other identifying factors. Not only does this reduce errors, but your agent will also be free to give your clients the attention and focus that they deserve.
Some other areas that can benefit from automation are the fulfilment and refund process, sorting customer enquiries and answering frequently asked questions through web chat or messaging. Do it well, and not only your CX will improve, but your bottom line will too. In 2020, McKinsey reported that successful operation centres at automating manual and repetitive tasks witnessed cost reduction by 30% to 60% while increasing delivery quality.
3. Artificial Intelligence (AI)
In the context of CX, AI helps us to simplify complex information, find patterns, learn from different contexts, and predict customer intent. More importantly, this capability helps you to really understand your customers and provide them with personalised services – the secret to customer loyalty. Forrester showed that enterprises that utilise AI alongside human employees witnessed improved customer satisfaction (CSAT) by 61%, operational efficiency by 68%, and agent productivity by 66%.
The customer journey starts when your customers search for your business. Therefore, you should aim to follow their activities leading up to that first contact. With AI, you get to learn what your customers search for, click on, and the time spent on a certain page. This information helps you predict the best time to engage with your customers. For example, AI notices when a customer is stuck on a specific action page for longer than usual, and it will trigger a human agent to intervene and provide support – leading to enhanced customer satisfaction.
AI can support your agents during customer interactions by providing relevant resources. It processes an ongoing call in real-time and provides contextualised, timely recommendations after taking the customer’s history into account. Agents can choose to either read the suggested content to the customers or share it through a preferred channel. This capability helps your agents to avoid digging for information across multiple channels and focus solely on the conversations instead.
Another prime opportunity for your AI to shine is with your interactive voice response (IVR) system. IVR carries a misunderstood reputation for being clunky and awkward to use. However, consider a conversational AI voice bot with natural language processing (NLP) capabilities integrated into your IVR. Customers can now avoid going through a slow and confusing menu and receive service through natural conversations instead. It is seamless and efficient, contributing to an overall elevated experience.
Designing a great CX will give your company a differentiating edge. With the help of the Cloud, RPA, and AI, you get to improve how customers experience your business and how employees interact with your customers. It is now critical for your company to work towards adopting these technologies, so your contact centre sees long-term success.
Paper-based maintenance, planning and quality acceptance plans are now bygone. The future belongs to sensors, integrated systems algorithms and cloud-based software solutions to define and optimise the Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE). In an idyllic factory situation, equipment would function 100 percent of the time at 100 percent capacity, with quality production of 100 percent. In the real world, however, this situation is rare. Therefore, calculating the overall OEE is a crucial process to improve processes, consistency, quality, and productivity.
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