Across the world, public services are becoming increasingly accessible. Governments and public bodies increasingly improve their digital and mobile presence.
For numerous practices governmental departments, agencies and public bodies find their way to the CM platform. Whether it’s VAT reminders per SMS, One Time Passwords for authentication during login processes or citizen SMS alerts.
CM seamlessly integrates mobile applications at government institutions making it possible for public bodies to interact and communicate with citizens on their mobile phones.
We already live in a ‘mobile only’ world. This sends a clear signal to governmental institutions for digital and mobile acceleration.
SMS reminders result in reduced paper waste: reminders mean fewer letters being posted from administrative offices chasing payments.
Citizens are world travelers, while most governmental services are offered offline. Basic public services are processed much more efficient by activating eGovernment and mGovernment.
Citizens value the easy and fast usage of online and mobile services of public bodies. Often these portals comprehend personal information such as names, birth dates and addresses.
Implement authentication solutions such as One Time Password to secure this data.
CM.com offers all mobile notification methods. For example the Dutch national police force have the option to send a ‘ Citizens Alert’ via SMS to ask the public to be aware in case of a missing person or criminal incident.
In most countries elections find place every few years. Expensive television slots, radio spots and flyers; political parties do everything during election time to get into contact with their voters. Voters are most productive and thus most contactable on their mobile phones.
Democratic Alliance (DA) is a South African political party and believe that mobile is the way forward. This party interacts with and mobilize voters by using the CM.com platform. CM.com offers for these purposes SMS campaigns and Voice messages.
In case of a missing person or another incident, Dutch police sends a SMS to ask citizens to be aware. This has led to a drop in crime rates and an increase in the recovery of missing persons
In case of emergency, they send SMS alerts. The Bangkok riots is an example. The Dutch government sent a SMS alert to Dutch travelers in Thailand to advise them to avoid the city center
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