Case study: Telecoms & Internet Services

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Case study: Telecoms & Internet Services

 

Challenge

The time taken to deliver key customer service reports was at an unsustainable level of 1.5 days. The company endeavoured to find a feasible technology to expand their services— without increasing costs

Solution

By automating reports with a virtual workforce, reports that would of previously taken 1.5 days, are now produced within a mere 6 minutes.

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