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“First Ever” COMPARTING USA - Looks Like a Major Success
“First Ever” COMPARTING USA -- Looks Like a Major Success
Comparting USA, the first North American version of the popular document and data conference held by the Boblingen-based Compart, is set for May 1 and 2 at the Loews Minneapolis. The conference, with presentations by a mix of Compart customers and subject matter experts, looks like a smashing success.
“Comparting USA fulfills a promise I made to CEO Harald Grumser when I joined the company to make Compart a well-respected provider of leading edge document output solutions here in the States,” said Scott Gerschwer, Director of North America Marketing.
“We will hear from people who use our solutions to run their operations in a more efficient and effective way. These end users know so much more about the power of these solutions than we do. For example, a panel on automating QA for document output will feature three expert users: Rodger Smith, Naehas; Aaron Rasset, Shutterfly ; and Carroll Shiley, IWCO for a session that promises to shred expectations and brim with excitement. What these three gentlemen are doing with DocBridge Delta is astounding. They create material value for their customers and organization.”
Michael Miller, CIO for Broadridge Financial Services, will discuss an application that recently took home an Honorable Mention for Application of the Year at Xploration 18. While only 11% of executives from document output operations specified “onboarding” as a major concern, the application of the Rapid Onboarding solution developed by Broadridge and Compart can significantly increase the number of customers served by a print service provider.
Tony Di Iorio, AVP for Document Services for Kubra, also has a tale to tell about reducing the time to process a print job from weeks to hours.
Along the way, Compart employees from the States and Germany will discuss the “Out of the Lab” products that are being developed to streamline workflow and create smarter, better and more user-friendly transactional documents.
“The statement is a regular and reliable customer touchpoint,” says Gerschwer. “With all the attention CX is getting from insurers and retailers, bankers and utilities, we provide solutions that centralize the customer data for the entire enterprise and create a customer communication hub that can spin out documents to any channel at any time, on demand or as required by regulators.”