Isis Papyrus Customer Communication Platform enables corporations to consolidate all types of document output (high-volume batch, online, user interactive and on-demand) on one platform. All generated building blocks (data, text, tables, images, etc.) can be reused across all document types. Corporate design and identity is guaranteed. Business teams are empowered by the Papyrus Correspondence Framework Solution to generate content and assemble complete mailings. IT works in collaboration with the business teams sharing data, content, document building blocks and resources from a common central WebRepository.
You need a digital partner that understands security and data protection, that’s good at designing and generating documents in a way that makes the information useful to your customers while also protecting their personal data.
You can apply our secure document solution to any correspondence that is customized for an individual or business and contains confidential information, including statements, invoices, policies and collections notices.
Your customers can opt to have their documents delivered by email or access them through your web portal or mobile application.
Isis Papyrus Customer Communications is ranked 10th in Customer Communications Management (CCM) while Striata Application Platform is ranked 18th in Customer Communications Management (CCM). Isis Papyrus Customer Communications is rated 0.0, while Striata Application Platform is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Isis Papyrus Customer Communications is most compared with Quadient Inspire, OpenText Exstream and Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Forms, whereas Striata Application Platform is most compared with .
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