Software company Diflex has attracted an investment from the Georgian Healthcare Group (GHG) totaling up to GEL 1 million. Diflex starts developing an international digital product from today, and plans to enter the international market in 2022.
Diflex is a subsidiary of ACT, which has transferred the extensive experience of ACT in the field of telephone research into a specific digital product. Using international software and monitoring customer requirements has made it possible to create an online call center service that incorporates the latest technologies and innovative approaches.
Diflex offers customers a virtual call center and communication platform. The product is unique in its essence and use, it combines in itself all the priorities provided by separate technologies for different needs. If the company does not have the appropriate infrastructure - offices, servers and does not have operators, but wants to set up a call center or hotline, it can use Diflex services.
"We are currently in the process of forming a product development team. At the moment, the product is adjusted to the markets of the two countries and works smoothly, but we have the ambition to master the global market, therefore, it is planned to modify the product in accordance with international regulations and standards, - co-founder and CEO of Diflex Nino Kharshiladze said.
Diflex is a product of the future and its specific priorities go beyond the capabilities of the ordinary digital product:
Given these advantages, the most important thing that Diflex allows is the reduction of costs for companies and the ability to operate with different functions and more flexible approaches. At the same time, Diflex ensures the protection of the privacy of personal databases, because the call center user organizations have the opportunity to leave the existing telephone database on their side and thus receive outsourced services. In order to control the quality, they should monitor and adjust the calls during the process.
Attracting investment and the interest of the Georgian medical group in the product with international potential took place after Diflex played a successful and fruitful role in the production process of ACT during the crisis caused by the pandemic. Carrying out telephone surveys while switching to a digital line in the Diflex program has proved to be a vital train for the company, thereby reducing costs and increasing efficiency. An important and credible indicator for the partners was the information that the representatives of QuestionPro and SurveyToGo, the management of the largest software company in the world market with digital products, were interested and expressed their willingness to cooperate.
Diflex is going through an active phase of development and is preparing to enter the world arena. ACT's many years of experience in product development and offering, and the potential of the Georgian Healthcare Group to scale, make the creating a project created in collaboration with two companies into the global market a reality. The main concept is based on the Win to Win principle, companies get the opportunity to provide a complete service using Dileplex, and ACT subsidiary "Diflex" - gets new customers around the world.
On November 5, the presentation of the ACT Development Consulting research project "Legal Market Research in Georgia" was held. The project was commissioned by the East-West Management Institute (EWMI).
At the presentation, ACT Lead Consultant Keso Esebua presented a qualitative research report, which reflects the requirements of the legal market in Georgia and the extent to which the current level of training of lawyers meets these requirements.
As the results of the research show, the main demand in the legal labor market is for novice lawyers with practical and professional skills, critical thinking and various soft skills. However, knowledge of English is less important for the public sector but more important for the private sector. These are the basic requirements that young lawyers find most difficult to meet, however, the main challenge still lies in the transition from theoretical knowledge into practice.