There are various factors that can negatively impact a business in daily life. Long lines at entrances, the excessive wait time to use a service, and internal disorganization are the main reasons of failure of any organization.
Managing basic utilities, just as water, electricity, gas and telecommunication, is part of daily life. Task that often goes as smooth as silk, so that we almost forget those utilities until a bill is about to expire, when there is a need to carry out checks, or when something is going wrong.
We all know Covid-19 has transformed our lives in ways we never imagined, and restaurants paid a serious price during this pandemic. However, it looks like the light at the end of the tunnel is getting closer and closer, and restaurants are reopening after months of being closed since a rising second wave of cases hit the world in early autumn last year. Thanks to the progress achieved in the vaccination campaigns in the US, UK, and Europe, restaurateurs can’t wait to welcome their clients back and enjoy an authentic lunch/dining experience that food delivery just can’t deliver.
Bank Access Management is important not only to visit a branch by appointment, but also to orchestrate in-person services at the different counters. ufirst helps you maximize the customer experience and, in fact, nowadays many banks have successfully implemented ufirst.
Queue management to deliver a service in the bank counters is a problem that banks have to face every day, from the most complex operations such as opening a bank account, which usually require an appointment, to the simplest operations such as a withdrawal or deposit. In fact, for these operations, customers are used to visit the bank branch without booking an appointment, acknowledging the fact that they will probably waste time queuing.
Nowadays, Banks have to adapt to the new needs of their clients by adopting flexible and digitized solutions to offer an efficient and safe service to those who visit physically the branch.
The health emergency we are currently facing has completely changed the way people use all types of services, including banking.