GMC, the award-winning leader in customer communications management (CCM) and output management, announced today that The Forrester WaveTM: Document Output For Customer Communications Management, Q1 2014, has positioned GMC Software Technology (GMC) in the leader segment for its solution GMC Inspire. It is the latest Forrester Research, Inc. Wave report that independently evaluates vendors’ current offering and strategy.
GMC has once again been cited as a leader in this Forrester Wave. GMC is one of only three vendors to maintain their leader status in the 2014 report.
GMC Inspire achieved the top-score in the current offering category. As part of this category it top-ranked for document input design and composition, and also for workflow, implementation and reporting. GMC also rated joint highest for product strategy in the DOCCM space.
Henri Dura, CEO, GMC Software Technology, comments: “We are extremely pleased that, in our opinion, our strategy, innovation and tangible successes have been independently recognized in the Forrester Wave. After all, we believe this report will help enterprises recognize who are the leaders and the best customer communications solution to drive their business growth.
“Over the last 20 years we have shown relentless commitment to innovation and have embraced the new enterprise trends cited by the Forrester Wave for broader customer experience goals, with interactive communication, better mobile support and flexibility for the iWorker. Our new owners, Neopost, have also helped add value to our business with research and development and distribution bulk. Today, we offer complete customer communications – from direct mail to digital”; concludes Dura.
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