To provide secure, web-based access to user data and services
Kazakhstan’s government has selected Amdocs, a provider of customer experience systems, to provide customer relationship management functionality for its electronic government project.
Amdocs said that its CES – CRM 7.5 will serve as the front-end interface both for government agents processing and responding to citizen requests, and for Kazakhs interacting with government agencies via the internet, phones, short message service, fax, or self-service kiosks in citizen service centers.
Amdocs also said that the system is expected to improve internal efficiencies, reduce costs, and transform the experience of Kazakhstan’s more than 15 million citizens as they interact with government entities.
According to Amdocs, its CRM-based system will provide a standard interface across the diverse systems currently in place across all Kazakh government entities, including ministries and municipalities, and will automatically bring all relevant citizen and service data from multiple systems to a single screen.
Amdocs CRM also will provide secure, web-based access to user data and services, comprehensive call-handling and case-tracking features, and automated follow-up for pending cases. The electronic government project provides an open interface between citizens and government.
Kuanishbek Esekeev, head of the agency for information and communication at the Republic of Kazakhstan, said: Kazakhstan is working to improve citizens’ lives through the use of technology. We believe that Amdocs’s customer experience systems, demonstrated experience and delivery expertise will help us achieve that goal. We are proud to be the first country in Russia and the commonwealth of independent states to employ technology in this way.