Customers expect public services to be modern and tune with the way they live their lives. For organisations, customer service transformation can mean small or bigger, incremental change.
So, whether it’s working alongside your organisation to help you make the most of your existing customer facing channels, offering additional capacity and enhanced out of hours services or transforming multiple services, we make customer service transformation a reality. We work in all areas of customer facing services, including local authority services, housing, health and social care.
We can deliver flexible and responsive customer service solutions providing the right channels to fit your needs and those of your residents.
Capita Local Public Services adult social care triage and initial assessment service provides an integrated, single point of access for referrals from community health, social and health care professionals, people in need of care – their families and carers.
Capita Local Public Services range of social care self-support, information and self-assessment solutions help to put citizens in control of their care needs, promote healthy outcomes and prevent demand on your adult social care services.
In any one day, demand can change, and that generates a huge amount of work for the service. Capita is able to combine its experience on a number of different contracts up and down the country.Dominic Cain, Director of Exchequer London Borough of Southwark Council
Giving people the chance to make online payments, set up their housing benefit claims and Direct Debit orders from the website, and to inform us of any changes in their circumstances has helped our tax collection rate rise significantly. We are looking forward to continuing to improve outcomes and help residents by working with Capita over the coming years.Cllr Teresa O’Neill Council Leader, London Borough of Bexley
By adding extra capacity, The Royal Borough of Windsor was able to maintain a high level of service to its customers by reducing planning application delays from backlogs.The Royal Borough of Windsor