Computer Services, Inc. Selects Exstream's Dialogue Software
Press release from the issuing company
September 20, 2007 -- Exstream Software, LLC today announced that Computer Services, Inc. (CSI), a provider of service and software solutions for banks in both a service bureau and in house environment, has chosen its Dialogue enterprise document automation software to increase its business offerings with Dialogue’s ability to create a variety of highly customized communications for high-volume, on-demand, and interactive delivery. Exstream’s robust Dialogue platform gives CSI the ability to develop and deploy more effective communication solutions for customers—integrating targeted messaging, variable graphics, charts, tables, and other personalized information into documents—while ensuring consistent brand management across all delivery channels.
A key driver in CSI’s decision to adopt Exstream’s software was its plan to add the intelligent, interactive document capabilities of Dialogue Live to provide bank customers with a higher level of on-site customization. Fully integrated with Dialogue’s document production and fulfillment environment, Dialogue Live Editor will guide CSI’s bank clients to deliver personalized, relevant documents to customers on demand.
“We are always looking for ways to improve our products and services for the banks we serve. Dialogue is a proven product used by other well-established companies, and its performance is impressive,” said David Culbertson, vice president of research and business development for CSI. “Exstream gives us a robust software platform to efficiently offer a variety of customized, high-quality, professional communication solutions to our customers.”
“We are very excited that our integrated Dialogue software solutions make it possible for CSI to expand its business offerings,” said Brent Burns, vice president of financial services for Exstream Software. “We look forward to helping CSI meet its goals in serving its banking customers.”
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