Client Communication Management (CCM) includes all services and technologies that enable document composition, management and distribution (PDF, Html, paper…) for the companies that use it.
Documents are the privileged intermediaries between companies and their clients. They are the first means of communication.
Fekra Global Services provides Desktop Publishing solutions with the main CCM editors (Open Print, HP exstream, BDOC…). Starting from the business and functional analysis study, while implementing the technical architecture of the solution, we assist our clients through all phases to implement Desktop Publishing Workflows.
We create your customized customer experience document process associated with the overall vision of the entire document life:
We assist our clients through all phases of the document cycle life: operating support, technical expertise, steering assistance and change management for all business areas.
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Sébastien MINOTTI – Desktop-Publishing Expert
Fekra Digital Services, an entity of Fekra Global Services, is proud to announce that its Indian Arm Incorporation has been successful and we look forward to working closely with our team in India. With this our expansion plan has just begun and we expect to make more announcements like this one in the near future. […]
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