Implementing a Cammax self-service kiosk significantly improves the overall service provided by Councils whilst reducing transaction costs and improving customer service. The kiosks provide customers with the ability to pay for a wide range of services such as Council Tax, Fines, Licenses and School meals without having to queue to speak to staff.
Benefits realised by existing customers:
- Reduce queue times by 30%
- Reduced staff input
- Reduction in overall transaction costs
- Increase in collection rates and amount
- Increase in customer satisfaction
- Improved Health and Safety for staff
Enhanced Customer Satisfaction
The introduction of self-service kiosks by Cammax customers has resulted in significantly reduced queuing times. Customers have seen queues reduced by up to 30% and with the Cammax easy to use software interface, the kiosks offer an enhanced user experience. Surveys have indicated that 94% of users find the kiosks simple and easy to use of which 92% would use the kiosks again.
The kiosks have also aided in the reduction of customer complaints about average wait times and ability to pay by cash. A payment kiosk with this facility provides a real added convenience to customers wishing to make payments in this way.
More Efficient Use Of Staff Resource
Self-service Cash Payment kiosks enable staff to focus on dealing with more detailed and complex enquiries, without the added pressure of large queues forming. With less time spent on the more mundane tasks and more satisfied customers, staff morale is increased. The introduction of self-serve payment kiosks provides an added benefit with the reduction of cash handling by staff and the security risks associated with this.
Cost Saving Solution
Cammax payment kiosks provide a Council with a number of real cost savings in several ways. The kiosks have shown a reduction in Paypoint and Post Office payments immediately saves Council thousands in administration fees. Payments also credit third party accounts more quickly so customers have less issues with late payments. Automating payments will also lead to a reduction in the staff input ratio, with a reduced FTE requirement. Staff could either be deployed elsewhere or functions cut completely, reducing costs. Councils have also reported 13% increase in overall cash transactions and an increase of up to 35% of transaction volumes making the cost per transaction significantly lower.
Cammax Council payment kiosks can be seamlessly integrated into any financial Council system such as Capita and Civica offering customers a unique service that responds to the growing self-service trend.
- Significantly reduced queuing
- Enhanced user experience
- Cash payment facility
- Less customer complaints
- Increased staff morale
- Reduced staff costs
- Lower transaction costs
"The payment kiosks have greatly enhanced customer experience at Marischal College Customer Service Centre and may even bring additional revenue to Aberdeen City Council as well as potentially saving money through a reduction of staff numbers (FTE) required at the Customer Service Centre"
Craig Farquhar, Project Executive, Aberdeen City Council