GMC Software Awarded Top 30 Honor by DPS Magazine

Press release from the issuing company

Recognition Marks Second Award in Two Years

Boston, Massachusetts and Appenzell, Switzerland - GMC Software Technology, a leading provider of customer communications (CCM) and output management solutions, today announced that it has been voted one of the "Top 30" companies for 2012 by readers of Digital Publishing Solutions (DPS) Magazine, a publication focused on managing digital documents from creation/capture to final output. The company's most recent recognition marks GMC's second Top 30 Award in two years and will be profiled in the magazine's November/December issue, which will be mailed mid-November.

"Once again, GMC is proud to be recognized by the readers of Digital Publisher Solutions Magazine and the industry at large," said Bill Parker, Chief Marketing Officer at GMC Software Technology. "Given our expansion into a number of enterprise verticals, we consider this award validation of the company's direction and adoption of our flagship solution, GMC Inspire as well as our most recent addition, Inspire HybridMail."

GMC Inspire is an end-to-end software solution for CCM designed to help businesses increase customer engagement. The solution enables businesses to streamline and advance customer communications for increased efficiency and revenue growth while also enhancing the customer experience. The solution supports a wide range of output channels includingemail, SMS, social media, web presentment and traditional print channels. GMC Inspire is widely used by banking, insurance, utilities and retail enterprises as well as print service providers.

"Our November/December 2012 issue honors 30 companies in the industry as the top innovators of the year," said Thomas Tetreault, Editor-in-Chief, DPS Magazine. "The magazine's Top 30 winners are chosen by reader's inquiries on companies, products or services and given GMC's significant contribution over the year, it's no surprise to see them on our list again."


By Thomas Smith on Nov 15, 2012

I am curious...how many "readers" voted and of those, how many of those have the software indstalled an operational. I mention this because "readers" leads one to believe hundreds, maybe thousands of people voted. Care to comment DPS Magazine?



Join the discussion Sign In or Become a Member, doing so is simple and free