A 4-phase framework
to optimise performance
of utility application services
through 3 areas of focus
From here we derive:
Here we craft and execute the Service Marketing Plan – it defines tasks & activities to achieve the marketing objectives of the service according to where it is in its life-cycle.
Next, we create a Service Improvement Model to determine which areas require improvement. This covers both the customer fronting (Customer Experience) & service enablement (Solution Enhancement) aspects of the service.
Finally, through Business Intelligence & Analytics, we actively monitor key value drivers to ensure they are performing up to par. "What you measure is what you get", after all.
We help subscribers manage their prepaid mobile service easily and promptly with our UniUMB USSD platform that’s been deployed at some of the largest mobile network operators in South East Asia, processing more than 200 million USSD sessions a day.
Keep your subscribers close and connected to you or your preferred roaming partners with our UniROAM roaming platform that’s been installed at leading mobile network operators in South East Asia and the Middle East, generating more than 200 million daily transactions.
UniMAP is an integrated mobile advertising platform created specifically for mobile network operators and has proven capabilities in ad-media enablement, location and profile targeting and campaign management, having served over 1 billion mobile ads to-date with click-through rates of up to 37%.
We enable you to facilitate important daily voice communications for your subscribers through our UniVOICE voice services platform that currently caters for more than 29 million subscribers across 23 deployments.
Our UniSMS SMS services platform has what it takes to enable and deliver large scale SMS application services to your subscribers, with deployments across mobile service operators in South East Asia, South Asia, the Middle East and Africa, delivering more than 20 million SMSes per day.
We’ve delivered and managed the operations of end-to-end solutions in over 35 large projects including a central clearinghouse system for an entire country that inter-connects with all its mobile network operators – so you don’t sweat the small stuff.
We’ve brought real-world problem solving capabilities to 90 projects (and counting), to deliver each and every one successfully from planning to completion.
We ensure that your systems and services run like clockwork, having handled more than 100,000 support hours in helpdesk, preventative maintenance, service request fulfillment and support activity coordination services for over 30 mobile network operator and telecoms network operator customers.
If you want a more customised solution, we’ve got over 200,000 development hours of experience and 339 years of combined software development knowhow among our team to build what you need.
We go the extra mile to deliver innovative and world-class, yet highly localised solutions—something which our larger competitors couldn’t manage and many of our customers truly appreciated. We reached customers and subscribers far and wide throughout South East Asia, South Asia, the Middle-East and Africa via our own local presence and a network of channel partners. We grew quickly and got listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) in 2004.
We even won a bunch of awards along the way: we were recognised as a Singapore SME 500 Company, received the Malaysia Golden Bull Awards for Most Outstanding SME, and was a member of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu’s “Asia Pacific Technology Fast 500”.
Over the years, the world evolved and the markets we operated in changed. Bolt-on systems and platforms to power value-added-services became increasingly more commoditised and driven by novelty value rather than real utility. Once very popular ‘must-have’ value-added-services lost their appeal as quickly as they gained popular acceptance, and each service became increasingly more costly to market and operate. Core network technology providers began to creep into the market to provide their own, very low cost and basic versions of the most popular value-added-services to bundle into their core product offerings.
So we challenged ourselves to answer one simple question - “What can we offer that has widespread and lasting appeal for both our customers and their subscribers, that can help us be a market leader and grow?”
We all have fundamental rights that can be served or aided by technology. The right to communicate. The right to control how you communicate. The right to feel safe. The right to be yourself.
In evolving from a broad-based value-added-services software and system provider to an application service provider, we have honed our focus on utility application services: to conceive, build, implement and operate application services that offer real value to subscriber by enhancing their exercise of these four fundamental rights.
However, if as a mobile network operator, you prefer the flexibility of outright owning of our platforms or application services - we’re more than happy to accommodate.
Even though we have a renewed emphasis on utility application services for mobile service subscribers, we continue to be true to our history and can provide localised and customised solutions to meet your needs, should our products not suit.
It is one thing to conceive and build a good application. It is entirely another thing to operate and manage the service through its lifecycle well enough to create a success story.
This is where we have placed equal emphasis in our pursuit of success stories – to ensure that we have capabilities to support the monetisation process for each and every one of our utility application services.
Working with us means that you can rely on our end-to-end service management methodology and resources to deliver the numbers you expect to see from the high-utility application service that has been launched to your subscriber segments.
Wong Tze Leng was appointed Executive Chairman of the Company and the Group on 10 August 2010. Tze Leng previously served as Group Chief Executive Officer, a position he held from 22 December 2002 until his appointment as Executive Chairman. Tze Leng was last re-elected to the Board on 11 June 2020 and has over 20 years’ experience in the information technology industry, with specific expertise in the telecommunications sector. Tze Leng sits on the Board of various subsidiaries and a joint venture company of Captii Limited. He started his career in 1988 as an Engineer in the Singapore Institute of Standards & Industrial Research’s design and development centre. He gained specialised expertise in computer telephony technology when he joined Federal Computer Services Pte Ltd in 1990 as a Software Engineer and later progressed to the position of Software Manager.
In 1993, he joined Dialogic as an Applications Engineer and was later promoted to the position of Business Development Director for the Asia Pacific region. During his career with Dialogic, he established a close rapport and working relationship with numerous IT companies and telcos in the Asia Pacific region. In 1998, he left Dialogic and founded the Group. Tze Leng graduated from Monash University, Victoria, Australia, with a Bachelors degree in Computer Science in 1985 and subsequently obtained a Bachelors degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 1987 from the same university.
Mr Yong Choon Vooi (“CV”) joined the Group in February 2008 as Senior Manager – Group Programme Management Office before being appointed General Manager – Group Service Delivery in March 2011.
CV was appointed Chief Executive of Unifiedcomms on 1 June 2017. Previously, CV was General Manager of the System and Service Delivery (SSD) function of Unifiedcomms. In this role, he had overall responsibility for managing and overseeing system development and implementation, as well as the associated project management and post-implementation support/customer care functions of the Unifiedcomms business.
CV has more than 20 years of experience in the field of software development and project management and started his career with a software development house of one of the largest Malaysian conglomerates as programmer. He then joined a Malaysia Stock Exchange listed enterprise specialising in human resource management and financial/distribution software before being engaged by a large Malaysian education services group as Project Director of their campus management solution development company. Prior to joining the Group, CV was the Senior Project Manager of a Malaysia based firm that develops various solutions for the financial services industry. CV graduated with a Bachelor of Computer Science from Campbell University, Texas, USA.
(Danson) Phang Deng Sheng was appointed Group Financial Controller in May 2019. Danson joined the Group in May 2008 as Senior Manager of Group Finance and was appointed as General Manager – Finance of the Captii Group for March 2011 until his appointment as Group Financial Controller.
Prior to joining the Group, Danson was Group Financial Controller of a Malaysia Stock Exchange listed enterprise engaged in the mobile value-added-services industry. Between 1999 and 2006, he gained comprehensive experience in audit, accounting and finance with a leading audit assurance services group, a Malaysia listed corporation in the construction industry and one of the world’s largest automotive interiors groups.
Danson graduated from the university of Strathclyde of Scotland with a Bachelor of Accounting and Finance degree. He is also a Chartered Management Accountant of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, United Kingdom.
Ting Sai joined the Group in March 1999 and has more than 20 years of experience in the information technology and communications industry with core competencies in telecommunications products and services.
Ting Sai was appointed as General Manager and Head of Group Business Development on 1 June 2017. Ting Sai previously served as the General Manager of Business Development of Unifiedcomms and also Head of Singapore Business, a role which involves overseeing the business operations of Unifiedcomms in Singapore.
Prior to joining the Group, Ting Sai was an R&D engineer with a supplier of very small aperture terminals (VSATs), microwave communications and RF equipment, now a division of a Singapore Government-linked enterprise, and a Product Manager in a multimedia and signalling technologies and platforms vendor.
Ting Sai graduated from the Nanyang Technological University with a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.