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GMC Software Technology to Feature Rapid Delivery Personalized Communications

Monday, November 14, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

November 14, 2005 - Boston, MA - GMC Software Technology, Inc., setting the New Standard for personalized customer communications, today announced that it will be demonstrating its suite of variable document design, approval and web services software solutions in Booth #137 at the Gilbane Conference. The Gilbane Conference is being held from November 29 through December 1, 2005 at the Westin Copley Plaza in Boston, Massachusetts. The focus of this year's conference is improving and streamlining information creation, management and delivery. Attendees will learn how to apply technology solutions to particular business applications. Content management practitioners, consultants, technologists and solution providers will be among those conducting a diverse range of educational sessions and demonstrations. According to René Müller, CEO of GMC Software AG, "Attendees at the Gilbane Conference represent a highly knowledgeable audience. This is an excellent venue for GMC to demonstrate our single platform solution for rapid design and delivery of high volume personalized communications, whether promotional or transaction oriented or a combination of both." GMC's personalized customer communications software suite offers measurable benefits - lower costs, faster application development and document delivery, and enhanced customer satisfaction. PrintNet is based on scaleable components - PrintNet T, PrintNet PA, PrintNet Connect and WebProof - driving multiple document-related applications from a single platform, eliminating the need for separate platforms for Web and print based documents, variable data document or statement processing and presentment. PrintNet's end-to-end document solution provides: - Complete control over the entire document lifecycle via their Automated Document Factory (ADF) - Automated document workflow - Fully-integrated Web based document design, collaboration and approval process - Data integration from multiple sources with dynamic charting. Directly accept any business data type - including legacy formats - without the need for additional data manipulation - Electronic (Internet, fax, SMS messaging) and paper-based output and verification - Full audit, document tracking and accountability.

 

 

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