The reliability of financial transactions is based on accuracy, completeness, precision and informational security. AIS offers several services that have been specifically developed to support these needs, from network services for sharing information between offices and branches, to online financial transactions and other services.
AIS offers Mobile Machine to Machine (M2M) SIM services for communicating information via contactless credit card terminals, ATMs or other automatic service kiosks.
We also provide a range of messaging services to help improve marketing communications efficiency, including for sending out news alerts; offering new financial products to target customer groups and general customers; delivering device-specific features; or providing services to specific target locations. Call centers can also connect their communications systems through Corporate Connect and Fixed Line, which help to reduce communications costs and improve efficiency.
Additionally, AIS continues to provide services that support data security. These include Enterprise Mobility Management services, such as Mobile Device Management (MDM) and Mobile Security Application, which help to manage important data on mobile devices. These systems can be used internally within an organization, for example, to link mobile phones and tablets for greater efficiency.
Mobile DVR services can help to increase security of cash-in-transit (CIT) vehicles, directors’ cars, staff cars, and other vehicles that require close supervision. In terms of service support, AIS continues to offer automatic systems to help analyze service user data in individual branches. With Video Analytics services, data can be collected from CCTV cameras. Such data can then be remodeled into analyzable information by Business Intelligent, to identify customer emotions, and to predict likely outcomes of current trends within an organization in relation to its needs. This helps companies to formulate targeted strategies based on key traits such as gender, age, location, time spent queuing when making a transaction, and service user satisfaction.