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Laya healthcare appoints GMC and Neopost to plan for the future of customer communication

October 08
10:58 2015

 

REPRO FREE GMC Software Technology (GMC), the award-winning leader in customer communications management (CCM) and output management, with its partner Neopost Ireland, today announces that laya healthcare has chosen GMC Inspire to deliver all customer communications. Pictured at the announcement are (L-R) Ian Brennan, Director of IT, laya healthcare; Duncan Groom, Managing Director, Neopost Ireland; and Joanne Boyle, Head of Customer Service at laya healthcare Picture. John Allen

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GMC Software Technology (GMC), the award-winning leader in customer communications management (CCM) and output management, with its partner Neopost Ireland, today announces that laya healthcare has chosen GMC Inspire to deliver all customer communications. Pictured at the announcement are (L-R) Ian Brennan, Director of IT, laya healthcare; Duncan Groom, Managing Director, Neopost Ireland; and Joanne Boyle, Head of Customer Service at laya healthcare
Picture. John Allen

Laya Healthcare has chosen GMC Inspire to deliver all customer communications.

The agreement will enhance the customer communication process and will be rolled out in four phases over the coming months. According to GMC Inspire, Laya Healthcare will improve customer experience and reduce the time associated with managing the customer communications process. It will also cut print wastage and associated costs while at the same time providing a platform for future growth, scalability and support.

Ian Brennan, Director of IT, Laya Healthcare, welcomes the appointment, “The introduction of GMC Inspire will improve efficiency, optimise the communication process to bring more benefits to our members and deliver a consistency across print, digital and mobile channels as the way we communicate with our members evolves.”

GMC Inspire provides the tools to help organisations create and manage complex personalised customer engagement across all channels and devices, whether in print or through digital delivery. The solution is particularly beneficial to the insurance and banking industry as it integrates well with core legacy systems. The new deal will also allow Neopost and GMC to consolidate their strong presence in the Irish market working with local companies.

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