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Nov 19, 2010 12:00 AM
Palo Alto, CA-based HP (www.hp.com/go/gsb) announces the winners in its 2010 “Visionary Awards,” which recognize HP customers who have used HP Exstream (www.hp.com/goexstream) to improve the customer experience through the communications they send.
2010 Visionary Award winners include Bowne, Broadridge Financial Solutions, Gore Mutual Insurance Co., Humana, Nationwide Insurance and Qwest Corp.
Recipients were evaluated on qualitative and quantitative results, including return on investment, speed to market, improved customer satisfaction and streamlined processes in the following categories: Best Designed Document, Best Interactive Document, Best Application Architecture, Most Sophisticated Application, Best TransPromotional Application and Most Significant Return on Investment.
Montreal-based print service provider Bowne won for the “Best Application Architecture.” Bowne’s marketing and communication team was chosen to receive this award due to the sophistication of its infrastructure design and its streamlined workflow for processing claims documents for its customer, a major insurer in the Canadian market. Bowne has put in place an infrastructure that will support both English and French Interactive Document templates as well as multichannel delivery.
Winners were recognized at a reception and award ceremony at the 2010 North American HP Exstream User Conference. These companies represent a wide range of HP Exstream applications and demonstrate the type of results that can be achieved using the technology.