The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City was established in 1962. It is a government body with the task of providing comprehensive services to the public and ensures proper planning of the developing city, with regularized road networks, maintenance services, sewerage, lighting works etc.
In the previous set-up every niche application would independently store customer data and service history. There was no way of correlating data from those silos of information to arrive at a top level view of the entire operation. The management did not have visibility of the service levels at customer touch points.
Whenever a customer would enter the municipality office for a service request, they would need to provide all the information regarding their credentials. If the same customer approached another department of ADM with a pertinent service request, there would be no record of their credentials submitted to the earlier department. As the information stored in one application was not available with other applications for reference, they would have to provide all of their information again. This would create many instances of duplicate and redundant information. Customers had to visit different customer service agents for specific service requests and they would need to wait for their turn in different queues. ADM had to spend time and money to train the workforce to handle multiple applications, as every application was unique in its way of working.
The legacy applications at the client‘s end were based on disparate technologies. All of them required independent and complex real-time interfaces to maintain data integrity. Managing such a complex IT infrastructure was a difficult task, adding significantly to the maintenance cost.
Phase 1: Legacy replacement
In this phase Fujitsu replaced all legacy applications (Natrasol, eLMS, GCS, Tawtheeq, Rent and CDP) and unified the functionalities into Siebel CRM so that all services can be created from one single application.
Phase 2: Adding new functionalities
The second phase comprised of building new modules that would meet the requirements of new departments like call center, marketing and case management.
Phase 3: Refinement
This phase was all about refinement. The goal was to refine the services like MIMS, Natrasol BPM, Customer update/interface, CTI, CDP, Marketing, MDM and OBIEE. This would cater to new business requirements to provide a 360-degree view and ensure that customers deal with a standard single sign-on system which recognizes every touch point accessed by customers.
The Fujitsu solution helped the client to define a process methodology for communicating status via reports and dashboards to the stakeholders and other top management. They helped the stakeholders with business information of different ADM Sectors with a rich variety of visualizations. The dashboards also provided customers with information filtered and personalized for their identity, function, or role based on predefined security rules.
Fujitsu helped ADM to achieve its goal of bringing agility and accuracy in the business processes by implementing Siebel CRM. The solution provided ADM managers and top management with superior control over the operations, and enhanced customer experience. The customers also benefitted because of reduced process overheads, standard user interface, better visibility of service requests and faster resolution.
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