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GMC Software Awarded Xerox Platinum Partner Status

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Boston, MA - GMC Software Technology (GMC), a leading provider of customer communications (CCM) and output management solutions has been awarded the Platinum Level partner status of the Xerox 2013 Business Innovation Partner Program. The program brings together leading software and hardware providers to create best-in-class solutions that extend the power of Xerox products, solutions and services to enterprises worldwide.

As a Platinum Level partner, GMC’s solution GMC Inspire will be sold with Xerox devices as a complete solution. The GMC Inspire platform makes it possible for enterprises to create and deliver any kind of personalized communication for print on legacy black and white and current color print devices, both cut sheet and roll-fed, as well as for transmission to mobile phones, tablets, social media channels and internet websites. GMC Inspire complements Xerox’s full range of advanced technology, offering businesses a strong infrastructure that will offer increased productivity and profitability.

Through the Xerox Business Innovation Partner program, both Xerox and GMC will test their products in combination at the development stage to ensure their compatibility and effectiveness even before they reach the marketplace. This provides enterprises that deploy Xerox devices the opportunity to immediately enjoy new revenue opportunities that drive customer loyalty as well as experience an increase in operational efficiency.

“In today's complex business environments, addressing the communication needs of every customer can be a challenge. We look forward to GMC’s continued collaboration with Xerox to address these challenges by offering integrated document solutions that significantly improve the quality of customer communications,” said Michael Watts, COO, GMC Software Technology.



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