Australian Military Bank improves member experience, meets compliance needs and saves significantly with Dubber.
31 December 2021
Voice calls are the main point of contact for Australian Military Bank members. The Bank uses Dubber call recording as an essential part of improving the member experience and compliance.
Here’s the backstory
Australian Military Bank is a member-owned mutual bank. Open to everyone, however, it provides specialist banking and finance services to Defence personnel and their families.
There are 14 branch locations across Australia and 11 internal Departments connected to Dubber CallN.
Head of Marketing Penelope Killick says the bank’s membership differs from other financial institutions. Many members serve in the Defence Force, they get deployed across Australia and may find themselves posted overseas.
She says: "We’ve got members who are always on the move. That’s why contacting via phone is so important. Our members may be deployed in places where they don’t have access to a branch. For these reasons, voice calls are the main point of contact for many members. It’s vital that we get it right.”
While the Bank has a central call centre in Sydney, many calls are either directed to branches or routed to them. The system can transfer after-hours calls in Eastern Australia to a branch in Perth. The contact centre team are able to handle many enquiries that might otherwise be a branch's job...
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