GMC Software Technology reports over 50 global customer wins for Q3 and Q4
Thursday, January 13, 2011
Press release from the issuing company
Boston, Massachusetts and Appenzell, Switzerland - GMC Software Technology, the standard in personalized communication, today announced that the company has secured over 50 global customer wins for the third and fourth quarter of 2010. Consisting of sales to business service providers and enterprise accounts, adoption in the last two quarters positions GMC as the preferred software platform for Customer Communications Management.
"Despite a sluggish industry economic recovery, we are seeing rapidly increasing demand for a broad range of GMC solutions" said Dr René Müller, CEO of GMC Software Technology. "Our customers benefit from a single end-to-end solution that facilities and streamlines personalized, TransPromo and multi-channel customer communications that are most often found through disparate products coming from multiple vendors."
Recent new business for GMC Software Technology include: Accor Services, Alex Bank, Allison Payment Systems, Ancor Information, Axis Data, Banca delle Marche, Bank Al Borg Egypt, Charterhouse Print Management, ColorWeb, CORLET Imprimeur, Corner Banca, Data Palette, Diners Club, DGS Digital Print Ltd., Druco/Colruyt, Emerson, Express Scripts, Inc., Fenske Media, G2 USA, Groupama, HuaWei Technologies, IBS, ICBC-Asia, Imbalplast, Interfactura, LabCorp, Lanvera, LoyaltyOne, Mail Order Solutions, Meteksan, Metlife Spain, Mutua Madrile-a, Diamond Marketing Solutions, NCP Solutions, Pozzoni, Printography Systems, Public Power Corporation, Redbook Solutions, Rotosa, Sigler Companies, Sourcelink, SSK Infotech Pvt Ltd., Strahm Automation, Stralfors, Termoplast, The Marketing Store, TNT Post, Total System, Trüeb Absolute Identity, Union Bancaire Privée and Xerox Spain.
In addition, sales took place in Canada, China, Egypt, France, Greece, India, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Scandinavia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States and in many cases replaced or competed against Comart, Doc1, DocPath, HP/Dialogue, Objectif Lune, ODDA and PrintSoft.
According to a study conducted by InfoTrends and delivered in March 2010, print service providers planned to invest between 17 and 47 percent in composition, variable data, Web-to-Print and multi-channel communication software solution over the previous year. These investments are believed to be critical components that allow enterprises to execute cost-effective customer communication strategies that help them acquire, retain and support their customers.
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