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Mondial Assistance Group Shares Best Processes to Improve Quality, Efficiency

Source: IBM
Mondial Assistance Group relies on efficient sharing of best practices across business units to provide superior customer service to clients worldwide. By choosing Lombardi Blueprint from IBM to execute the 'SOKE' process improvement program, Mondial discovered inefficiencies, managed sharing processes, and improved collaboration across the organization. See how this led to high cost savings and improved client services.


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