After making a major announcement regarding an entry into the used CV market and the good response received in the market for its BSVI CVs, DICV has introduced an app. called ‘DICV Bulletin’. An indication of a significant shift in the market towards contactless communication and business operating procedures, the app. is about an ability to leverage the power of the internet to interact with the customer, connect with him in the best possible manner and provide him and the other stakeholders with the necessary information in the safe and effective way. Said to be tailored for the needs of the customers, the app. would enable DICV to share up-to-the-minute information on a real-time basis. Expressed Satyakam Arya, CEO & Managing Director, DICV, “The app. would help them to enhance their ability to communicate and carry forward their customer-centric initiatives without endangering the safety of their customers as well as the stakeholders involved.”
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