Accenture Virtual Visits Solution
Enhancing citizen engagement at a time of unprecedented need
COVID-19 has increased demand for citizen services while limiting access to those in need. Face-to-face meetings are often a necessary step to providing critical public assistance, yet delivery of these services has been restricted.
Accenture Virtual Visits Solution (AVVS) can help to quickly ensure service continuity at times of unprecedented demand.
AVVS is more than just video teleconferencing, it’s a complete end-to-end remote service experience for citizens and staff. Using Microsoft Teams, the solution offers self-service appointment booking, virtual document sharing, and easy access from multiple device types.
This reduces the operational complexity for citizens, allowing them to get the care they need in a faster and more comfortable way.
COVID-19 restrictions made virtual services a necessity, but many citizens want them to stay.
of executives and citizens expect social services to look very different in the years ahead. (Source: Social services: lead with impact, 2020)
of public service workers say they want to increase how much they work remotely. (source: Public service as a career of choice research, September 2020)
AVVS delivers a completely new end-to-end remote service experience for citizens and staff.
AVVS helps agencies respond to immediate pressure today, while reimagining service delivery for the future.
The booking and queuing service prioritises emergency calls. Features like chat, screen share and document share enable instant interaction.
The majority of interactions can be completed in a single call, in a shorter time frame, improving client satisfaction.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) ensures that employees are talking to the right person and that the call is secure.
Processes can be automated with notifications when documents are ready or when meetings need to occur.
Employees are upskilled and empowered with the digital skills needed for effective collaboration between technology and people.
Citizens are able to access services despite the closure of public service agencies.