A news release said the new offerings will combine financial data and educational content to help financial institutions in communicating with their client base.
AME’s design capabilities and educational content complement SCICOM’s experience in data processing and statement production and delivery, the companies said. This joint effort will include services such as targeted messaging and electronic delivery.
The first products will be launched in the fourth quarter of 2004, the company said.
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