Experience has shown that the alarming and communication of first responders is often not appropriately set up. During exercises as well as during calamities the communication is insufficient in 80% of the cases. The result of this is that evacuation is started much too slowly and that emergency services arrive at the wrong place or find themselves in front of locked gates.
mHealth can in many ways have a positive impact on people’s health and lives and improve businesses process. Therefore, healthcare organisations are no exception to delivering user-friendly and compelling mobile experiences for more engagement and an improving medication adherence. Below, we’re highlighting some examples and case studies of how mobile and healthcare work seamlessly together.
Reach the right audience, with the right message, at the right times, through the right channel. With the proliferation of brand communication channels, however, this process is easier to explain then execute.
The no-show phenomenon in healthcare is on its way back because of sms text message reminders. This not only improves efficiency and saves money, but also involves a patient, who sees the notification system as a user-friendly service.
Takeaway.com processes more than one million restaurant orders per month in The Netherlands alone. With representation in 10 countries throughout Europe, approximately 800 calls a day are started with customers per office. Takeaway.com uses CM's SIP Trunking and SMS Gateway to do so.
“Today, we see a rising number of fraud cases with and hacks through our mobile smartphones, something that was rarely seen some years ago. Until now. Our mobile phones have become an attractive target for criminals.”
The MoneyConf panel 'Transparency and the true democratisation of finance' put TransferWise and Goldman Sachs face-to-face: The old bank versus the disrupting fintech company. Leading question: How can fintech always be cheaper in servicing customers?
Despite analysts announcing the death of SMS messaging, CM Telecom sees annual growth rates of about 20 to 25%. “Like voice messages, SMS has become a commodity and we’re working to create new services in analytics, security and payments.”
Call centre GDCC performs high-quality phone fieldwork for consumers and companies and has extensive experience in interviewing respondents in different sectors. GDCC opted for SIP Trunking from CM because of the dynamic collaboration, strong routing and short communication lines between GDCC and CM.