Kuwait lender upgrades communication system
Kuwait, May 17, 2011
Kuwait-based Commercial Facilities Company (CFC), a leading provider of credit facilities, has upgraded its communication system that links the 25 representative offices spread across all the car dealerships in Kuwait.
The latest technology allows customers to apply for car financing at any of the outlets and get a response in less than an hour, a statement said.
“At CFC, we continuously provide exceptional products and services that meet the needs of different customers segments,” said Nasser Ali Al Mannai, assistant managing director marketing, CFC.
“Our commitment of guaranteeing car finance in less than an hour comes as part of CFC’s efforts to improve convenience and quality of services to be taken to reflect our consumer-based mission.”
“It is also in-line with our vision of making experience with CFC as simple and as convenient as possible by using state of the art technologies and to entrench the principle of speed,” he added.
“In coordination with the IT department, each outlet is connected in a different way finding the best solution for its location which added not only to the speed of the transaction, but the quality of the service as well,” Al Mannai concluded.
Time is an important factor that CFC takes into consideration, thanks to its easier procedures, leniency, and quicker processing of transactions, when all required documents are present, customers can benefit of speedy and quality procedures in less than an hour. – TradeArabia News Service
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