Exstream Software Announces Opening of Office in Munich, Germany
Press release from the issuing company
Exstream Software, Inc. announced today the opening of an office in Munich, Germany, advancing the company’s commitment to provide its market-leading enterprise personalization technology and services to enterprises around the world. Exstream Software Germany GmbH, which officially opened June 1, is Exstream’s sixth international and fifth European direct sales and service office. It will provide a complete range of services that include pre- and post-sales support, technical support, training and consulting services to enterprises across Germany and Austria. The move allows the company to better support its growing customer base of financial service firms, banks, utilities, insurance firms and service bureaus in these countries.
“Germany is a key European market, and one where we see a large and growing demand for more powerful flexible solutions for providing more effective and personalized customer communications,” said Steve Whitman, executive vice president and general manager of international distribution for Exstream. “With a local presence we can more effectively serve our customers in this region, as well as continue to expand our global client base.”
Exstream’s proven software solutions help companies reduce document production costs by as much as 80 percent, get to market up to 85 percent faster and triple customer response rates through clearer, more relevant communications delivered through preferred channels. The company’s products include its signature Dialogue enterprise personalization software, which allows companies to replace many existing products with a comprehensive infrastructure for creating all types of personalized communications, from simple correspondence to complex statements; Dialogue WebVerse, an integrated development environment for rapidly building and deploying all types of interactive document systems, including web-based fulfillment, correspondence, client reporting and other systems; Dialogue Anywhere for Marketing, a browser-based design capability that allows marketing users to incorporate rules-based, approved messages into customer communications at run time; and its AFP Studio suite of productivity solutions that allows companies to enhance the content, management, conversion and delivery of their advanced function presentation (AFP) documents.
International organizations already benefiting from Exstream’s high-performance enterprise personalization solutions include Alliance Data Systems, American Express, AT&T, Banque Générale du Luxembourg, Bridgestone/Firestone IS, Credit Suisse Bank, DATAMATX, E.ON Energy (Powergen), HSBC, ING, ista Shared Services GmbH, Zürcher Kantonalbank (ZKB), and Zurich Financial Services.
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