Xplor Announces First Time Workshop for Financial Services Professionals
Press release from the issuing company
Torrance, CA (August 30, 2004) – Xplor International today announced a key addition to their conference line-up for their 25th annual conference and exhibit. For the first time, Xplor will provide attendees with a Financial Services Workshop designed to provide valuable knowledge on new advances in personalization and automated document production for print and online delivery channels. Prinova, a provider of leading-edge client communication design, creation, and implementation services and Art Plus Technology, a Boston-based company that specializes in communication strategies, information delivery, and document process solutions for the financial industry, will sponsor the workshop. The half-day session will also feature expert speakers including Nick Romano, P.Eng., president and CEO, William Broddy, EDP, vice president, business development of Prinova and Elizabeth Gooding, president and CEO of Art Plus Technology.
The Financial Services Workshop will be held on Tuesday, October 26 from 8:00 to 11:30 AM. Attendance to the half-day program is open to full and one-day conference and exhibit registrants by advanced ticket only, available at the ticket counter in registration, lobby D.
“The delivery of transactional and personalized communication, made available thorough advances in both software and hardware, has enjoyed tremendous success in the financial services industry,” said Skip Henk, EDP, president, and CEO of Xplor International. “We’re honored to have two of leading vendors in this sector share their insight, success, and vision with our attendees.”
The Financial Services Workshop
The Financial Services Workshop is designed for financial services professionals involved in the design, development, distribution, and ongoing care of customer communications. In addition, the workshop will cover:
- State of the financial services industry. What major marketing and customer service trends are driving highly successful organizations? What are the implications to current client documents? What demographic issues will significantly impact the current document status quo?
- Customer document showcase and panel. Recent client document applications have made major advances in the past 24 months. Hear from a panel of document owners from financial services organizations throughout North America about new developments and why they provide competitive advantages.
- Optimizing functionality and time-to-market.Learn from industry experts how to develop requirements, plan and implement a leading edge client document application in dramatically less time than you have thought possible. In addition, learn how to architect a long-term solution that anticipates future requires and ensures that the document become a dynamic part of your customer retention strategy.
For additional details on the Financial Services Workshop, go to www.xplor2004.org.
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