Toronto, Ontario, October 7, 2004 — Prinova Inc., a provider of innovative document design, development and delivery solutions, and Art Plus Technology (APT), specialists in enterprise document publishing and procurement strategy for the financial services industry, announced today they will be co-sponsoring a financial services workshop at Xplor 2004, the 25th Global Electronic Document Systems Conference & Exhibit being held at the Dallas Convention Center, October 24-28. Prinova and APT have joined forces to share valuable knowledge on new advances in personalization and automated document production for print and online delivery channels. The workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, October 26, from 8:00 - 11:30 a.m. Attendance is open to full and Tuesday one-day conference & exhibit registrants. Workshop attendees will leave with the ability to assess the value and benefits of their own financial communications and processes and help their organizations to revitalize their client communications.
Business executives responsible for maintaining and improving customer communications across the enterprise will benefits from case studies of recently launched, leading-edge financial communications programs that panelists have championed within their organizations. Panelists for the workshop include Helene Matheny, manager information delivery and application support at Key Bank, Doug Kolb, project manager for Manulife Financial and Doug MacLeod a vice president with PFPC. They will also gain critical insights into key industry influences, project-management techniques and advancements in client communication technology, as well as learn about major market trends driving highly successful organizations and long-term solutions for optimizing functionality and time to market. In addition, attendees will have access to a showcase of financial communication applications and award-winning designs.
“Personalized document communications programs are critical to engaging in successful customer relationships and building customers’ trust, as well as their value,” said Nick Romano, president of Prinova. “We are proud to be a pivotal sponsor of such an important workshop at Xplor 2004.”
“There is tremendous potential within the financial services industry for creating more effective customer communications, while dramatically cutting production budgets,” said Elizabeth Gooding, president and CEO of Art Plus Technology. “Technology is not the barrier to success as the presenters at this workshop will demonstrate.”
Xplor 2004 is the premier event for decision makers from all levels of the document life cycle who purchase, influence or recommend products exhibited at the show, and is hosted by Xplor International, a worldwide member-based association of users and suppliers of the products and services that create, modify and deliver customized information using document technologies.
Workshop attendees will leave with the ability to assess the value and benefits of their own f Interested participants can register by calling 1 (416) 495-2056, faxing 1 + (416) 756-4242 or emailing [email protected]