PrintSoft Showcases Solutions for Managing Business-Critical Correspondence at Gartner Print and Imaging Summit
Press release from the issuing company
CHICAGO and TUCSON, Ariz., Dec. 3 2207 - PrintSoft announced today that it is showcasing solutions for managing business-critical documents and correspondence at the Gartner Print and Imaging Summit December 2-4 in Tucson, Arizona. PrintSoft's enterprise correspondence solutions enable Web-based management of document content and personalization rules and can be seamlessly integrated with business systems for highly-personalized, event-triggered correspondence.
Demonstrations at the PrintSoft booth in the Print & Imaging Pavilion during the conference are focused on enterprise business applications that improve automation, brand control and compliance while also providing a high degree of flexibility. Conference attendees, including high-level managers from insurance, financial services and telecommunications industries will see PrintSoft product demonstrations that are focused on their specific industries and are based on real-world customer scenarios.
During the conference program, PrintSoft is also presenting a new customer success case study detailing how its high-performance correspondence solution was able to meet rigorous ease of use and seamless integration requirements for a prescription benefits management company. This company achieved significant and immediate benefit by implementing a Web-based PrintSoft solution to manage the generation and delivery of prescription prior authorizations, a key business process within the company.
"Managing event-triggered and ad-hoc business correspondence that meets efficiency and compliance goals is an ever-increasing challenge for our enterprise customers," comments Dan Sheedy, President of PrintSoft Americas. "By focusing our efforts on better integrated and easier to access correspondence management we are enhancing the ability of our customers to quickly implement streamlined business process improvements while providing enhanced, more flexible, and fully personalized service to their customers."
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