The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) has migrated its entire engagement management solution into the Cloud.
This, said Chamber President Geoff Jacobs, brought increased operational efficiency and optimised support for its substantial member base. He indicated that the platform’s software-as-a-service features would deliver an even better experience for the 217-year-old Chamber and its 2 000 members.
“Cloud platforms are transforming the way professional communities enable and enrich relationships,” said Jacobs. “We are now in an even stronger position to increase engagement as well as optimise it with this integrated technology platform.”
He said due to the Covid-19 lockdown these technology solutions were of critical importance.
“While physical human presence is important, technology has – as we have seen in the past few months – certainly ameliorated this issue. There is no reason for any businessperson to feel isolated.”
According to Jacobs the solution introduced by the CCCI was, however, not a quick fix in response to Covid-19, but something the organisation had been evaluating for years.
“Online networking is now crucial and we expect many more features to be added over time as we are met with new challenges. Members will soon receive an email to register on the new system,” he said.
“Once connected, our members will experience all the advantages of enhanced engagement, streamlined operations, and modern management provided by technology and the member-centric culture of the CCCI.”