Telecom operators are in a full-blown battle to gain market share, while facing rapidly declining margins. At the same time, customers in developing markets are warming up to technology; alternate channels, including Self-Service Kiosks, are making headway across all socioeconomic levels.
Wavetec’s fully integrated telecom self-service solutions allow telcos to rapidly deploy systems that are able to fully automate customer service. Analyzing data from a cross-section of our deployments shows why our instant sim issuance kiosks are such a rapidly growing product line.
Over the past years, banking and banking delivery is changing. This is particularly true in the case of developing countries such as Pakistan, Mexico, Kenya, etc. As banks improved their operational processes, it led to smoother banking transactions for their customers. According to the report “2018 ATM and self-service software trends”, branch employees spend about 55%-60% of their time performing customer-facing work, 20% to operational and administrative tasks and only 5% of the time is spent for prospecting new customers. Cash and cheque deposit kiosks can now help bankers to focus more on prospecting new customers. It will also help banks to transform their business by increasing productivity. Additionally, it offers customers a choice and flexibility of channel, resulting in a real-time customer experience.
If you are a frequent traveler, you will most likely relate to this situation: It’s late at night and you’re heading towards the airport, thinking about the high roaming charges and the possibility that you won’t be able to catch any signals at all. Before you even begin to call a cab to take you to the hotel, you will find yourself in urgent need of a network connection. Hence, the first step along your way is to get yourself a SIM card.
Analyzing the difference between reality and ‘supposed’ reality is essential for corporate development.
According to a recent survey of 362 businesses by Bain & Company, there was an astonishing difference of 72% between the companies’ perspective and the customers’ experience of service delivery.