Acxiom Selects Systemware Solution for Online Viewing of Enterprise Content
Press release from the issuing company
Xact suite of software improves productivity, reduces operational expenses and maximizes return on investment
Dallas, TX (September 30, 2002) Systemware, Inc., an innovative leader in enterprise content integration software and IT services, today announced Acxiom Corporation has selected Systemwares Xact suite of software to improve service and reduce print operation expenses. Acxiom is a world leader in customer and information management solutions.
Xact is the enterprise content management solution that provides seamless access to any content, regardless of size, format or location. By implementing Xact, Acxiom is advancing its automation, workflow and peer collaboration to help improve the verification of database content accuracy while reducing operational expenses. The information is available for online viewing and archived, which enables multiple users to have quick access.
The cost and timeliness issues arising from paper-based operations were issues for Acxiom as we tried to keep a competitive advantage in our marketplace, said John Berry, Group Leader of Acxiom. Xact will help save Acxiom a considerable amount of money each year in reduced printing costs, while increasing information availability and decreasing the delivery lag associated with printing and distributing various documents and reports. The software helps us to speed up our response so our clients can capitalize on additional marketing opportunities quickly.
We are excited to include Acxiom to our list of Xact software customers. Our Xact solution brings measurable value to Acxiom. From an operational viewpoint, the amount of savings means their software ROI will be achieved in a short period of time, stated Dan Basso, President and CEO of Systemware.
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