Legal Aid Employs Fibre Technology To Boost Accessibility
The Fijian Legal Aid Commission has signed up to Telecom Fiji’s Fibre network to further increase the speed and accessibility of their services to Fijians.
“COVID-19 has shown us the importance of making services accessible to Fijians from multiple points and the availability of Fibre technology in Fiji has provided us with the opportunity to increase the accessibility, speed and quality of our services,” said Legal Aid Commission Fiji Director, Shahin Ali.
“With high-speed internet, we hope to be able to serve Fijians, especially persons in vulnerable situations who are not able to come to us in person, by accessing our services online through our web application, website, email, or social media platforms in a fast and efficient manner.”
“For those Fijians who visit any one of our 19 offices, they will also get higher quality services with information flow being faster within the office they visit and between various offices allowing us to provide Fijians with quick, high-level advice and services.”
“Telecom, being a 100% Fijian owned company and the largest provider of ICT services in the country, has proven to be the best when it comes to understanding our requirements.”
Telecom CEO, Charles Goundar said, “We are proud to announce our partnership with Legal Aid Commission that will provide essential communications to help the Commission in better responding to the needs of the Fijian people.”
“The completely new fiber-based network will ensure that the Legal Aid team across it’s 19 offices Fiji wide is supported by a fully managed, leading ICT solution to help give the team high speed access to essential documentation and information on a 24/7 basis.”
“We recognize the role technology plays in empowering Fijians, and always endeavor to deliver the best in class products and services to all our customers, prioritising quality over everything else. This is our way of supporting your mission to better serve your customers.”