Press release from the issuing company
Along with Innovative Document Security Solutions at PRINT 19
www.transfrm.com: Transformations, Inc., a software solutions company and developer of the CCM platform, Uluro, will be exhibiting at PRINT 19, being held October 3-5 in Chicago at McCormick Place South. Transformations will showcase the full benefits of its flagship product, Uluro, in Booth 747. Uluro is a comprehensive front-to-finish customer communications management (CCM) platform that automates the complex process of a document production workflow into a single easy-to-integrate platform.
Users of Uluro experience a host of key benefits around operational efficiencies and quality assurance, as well as additional revenue opportunities. The platform is easily integrated with other systems to offer ADF/workflow, inventory management, robust electronic payment solutions and omnichannel delivery.
Additionally, the company is excited to introduce Smart Delivery to PRINT 19 attendees. Smart Delivery is Transformation’s newest security solution built on the unique smart data technology found in Uluro’s uSecure software. It is the first secure communication delivery system that can email data-sensitive, regulatory compliant communications; providing both Proof of Delivery and Proof of Access to the intended recipient exclusively with a built-in real-time comprehensive audit trail.
The Transformation team will also give a 20-minute educational presentation on the business benefits of both solutions to attendees participating in the TechWalks for InPlants held Saturday morning, October 5.
“We are looking forward to exhibiting at PRINT 19 this year with new and exciting solutions that make the management of customer communications less complex while significantly increasing the security around every document sent,” said Bill Tidwell, CEO of Transformations. “Visitors to Booth 747 will find a host of revenue-producing opportunities that can be implemented easily and cost-effectively, making it possible to thrive in a future that demands we embrace evolving technologies.”
For more information visit: www.uluro.com.
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