Cicero Inc. Expands Growth in Financial Services Sector with Two New Customers
Cary, North Carolina – April 4, 2011 – Cicero Inc. (BB: CICN), a global leader in customer experience management and desktop integration solutions, announced today that a Global Fortune 500 financial institution and a U.S. regional bank have each signed agreements to use Cicero XM software products and services to provide intelligent unified desktop solutions for their customer service operations and throughout their enterprises. Leveraging existing applications, the new solutions will capture desktop activities, automate processes, provide user guidance, and display composite views of information to improve user productivity and the customer experience.
Cicero XM is award-winning Customer Experience Management (CEM) software that simplifies workflow, automates tasks, and automatically shares data between any data sources from back office to desktop servicing solutions. It does not require taking away or hiding users’ access to existing applications but rather simplifies, extends, and automates processes using those applications while allowing new data sources to be simply and rapidly integrated. In addition, Cicero XM features a set of intuitive tools to create a modular, customizable interface, scripting or user guidance, screen pops, new composite applications, and a powerful toolbar.
“Today our Cicero XM products are being used to address a wide array of productivity and customer experience gaps. Whether a customer-facing employee at a branch could use a quick view into the last 90 days of account activity or a back-office operation can leverage information gathered from the web to auto-populate loan or account forms, this ability to get the information you need, when you need it and how you need it, is significantly reducing the amount of effort needed by customers and employees alike to make good decisions and resolve issues,” said Mike Garner, Chief Customer Officer at Cicero. “We are pleased to be adding two new customers in financial services to our growing client list.”
About Cicero Inc.
Cicero Inc. provides solutions that enable business transformation of enterprise interactions across companies and government organizations. Cicero XM technology delivers this capability via an innovative combination of desktop integration, automation, presentation and analytics capabilities, built to transform customer interaction into the most powerful marketing and branding asset a company can own. Cicero stands out among other software solutions for its ease of configuration and change control eliminating up to 90% of the change control costs and time, providing the ability to deliver actionable intelligence through efficient combination of telephony and interaction data, and delivering immediate benefits with an ROI in less than 6 months. Learn more at www.ciceroinc.com.
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