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GMC Software Technology enthüllt Inspire Dynamic Statement auf der FinovateEurope 2013

GMC Software Technology (GMC), ein preisgekröntes führendes Unternehmen im Bereich Kundenkommunikations-Management (Customer Communications Management, CCM), stellt seine Anwendung Inspire Dynamic Statement am Mittwoch, den 13. Februar 2013 auf der FinovateEurope erstmals der Öffentlichkeit vor.

Inspire Dynamic Statement ist die jüngste Anwendung von GMC und basiert auf GMC Inspire, der Kundenkommunikationslösung des Unternehmens. Mit Inspire Dynamic Statement können Finanzinstitute ihren Kunden Kontoauszüge on- oder offline in einer integrierten und ansprechenden Weise präsentieren. Anders als in den üblichen Online-Kontoauszügen werden bei dieser Lösung die Daten des Kunden in interaktiven Diagrammen und Grafiken dargestellt, die mithilfe umfassender Drill-Down-Funktionen das Abrufen detaillierter Informationen ermöglichen. Die Kontoauszüge können auf Computern und auch auf allen Tablets betrachtet werden. Mithilfe der Lösung können Finanzinstitute die Nutzung der einzelnen Kontoauszüge verfolgen und aus diesen Daten relevante Angebote und Marketingbotschaften für den einzelnen Kunden entwickeln.

Didier Rouillard, VP Product Marketing bei GMC Software Technology, sagte: „Wir entwickeln innovative Software-Lösungen, mit denen Unternehmen das Kundenerlebnis neu gestalten, Kosten senken und die Flexibilität erhöhen können. Mit Inspire Dynamic Statements eröffnen wir Bankkunden die Möglichkeit, ohne die aus vorgegebenen Berichten resultierenden Einschränkungen ihre Informationen nach Belieben auf jedem Computer oder Tablet anzuschauen. Genau das will der Kunde bereits jetzt oder in allernächster Zukunft und deshalb sind wir davon überzeugt, dass Inspire Dynamic Statements die Kunden begeistern und weltweit das Wachstum von Banken fördern wird.”

GMC ist weltweit tätig und wartet mit anhaltendem Wachstum auf, das sich auf bedeutende Unternehmen in den Bereichen Finanzdienstleistungen, Versicherung, Vermögensverwaltung und Retail Banking erstreckt. Zu den Kunden von GMC gehören Corner Banca, Bradesco Bank, BBVA Bancomer, MetLife Spain und Santander.

Die FinovateEurope genießt den Ruf, die Veranstaltung zu sein, auf der die modernsten Finanz- und Bankentechnologie-Innovationen von führenden etablierten Unternehmen für den europäischen Markt vorgestellt werden.

Eric Mattson, CEO der The Finovate Group, bestätigte: „An unserer Veranstaltung nehmen Führungskräfte der Crème de la Crème der europäischen Finanzinstitute, Risikokapitalgeber und Unternehmer teil. Wir haben den Ruf, nur die intelligentesten und besten technologischen Innovationen zur Konferenz einzuladen. Deshalb freuen wir uns sehr, dass GMC an unserer Veranstaltung teilnimmt und unsere Konferenz gewählt hat, um seine Lösung Inspire Dynamic Statement zum ersten Mal vorzuführen.”

Hinweise an Redakteure

  • Hochauflösende/druckfertige Bilder von Inspire Dynamic Statements in Aktion sind auf Nachfrage erhältlich.
  • Es besteht die Möglichkeit, Termine für eine Vorführung oder für Interviews mit den Technik- und Geschäftsexperten von GMC zu vereinbaren.

GMC Software Technology

GMC Software Technology bietet effektive Lösungen auf dem Gebiet des Kundenkommunikations-Managements (Customer Communications Management, CCM). Auf der Basis einzigartiger Branchenerfahrungen unterstützt GMC seine Kunden nachweislich dabei, ihre Kundenbindung über alle Kontaktpunkte hinweg auszubauen. Die Kundenkommunikations-Lösung von GMC, GMC Inspire, ermöglicht es Unternehmen, relevante Kommunikation zur richtigen Zeit über den besten Kommunikationskanal individuell für jeden Kunden zu produzieren. Dadurch wird die Kundenloyalität gesteigert und die Effizienz von Vertrieb und Betrieb erhöht.

GMC Software Technology unterstützt weltweit mehrere Tausend Kunden aus dem Sektoren Bankwesen, Versicherung, Einzelhandel, Unternehmensdienstleistungen, Telekommunikation/öffentliche Versorgung und Gesundheit. Vor Kurzem wurde bekannt gegeben, dass GMC zu den Finalisten des IBM Beacon Award in der Kategorie Best Industry Solution for Insurance gehört. Auch wurde das Unternehmen in dem Bericht Forrester Wave for DOCCM (http://www.gmc.net/en/forrester-wave-2011) als führender Anbieter bezeichnet.

FinovateEurope

Die FinovateEurope ist eine Konferenz für innovative junge und etablierte Unternehmen aus dem Bereich der Banken- und Finanztechnologie, bei der Vorführungen im Mittelpunkt stehen. Die in London stattfindende Veranstaltung bietet in einer kurzweiligen, persönlichen und einzigartigen Weise einen aufschlussreichen Blick in die Zukunft des Geldes. Weitere Informationen über die Veranstaltung und eine Möglichkeit zum Anschauen von Videos bereits erfolgter Vorführungen finden Sie unter: http://www.finovate.com/europe2013.

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