integrate's 20th birthday
Lasting innovation and return on investment
Twenty years ago today, I founded integrate. Remarkably, two enterprise solutions which we developed and delivered in 1996 continue to deliver return on investment to our clients today. One creates complex multilingual parts books for new engines rolling off Perkins Engine’s production lines. The other, still helps Dline with the interior design of prestige buildings such as the Museum of Modern Art, in New York, and the Reichstag, in Berlin. And, today, we remain as focused on delivering lasting innovation and return on investment as we have been from our start.
We have delivered a wide range of solutions over the years, from work with the UK’s Ministry of Defence to global enterprises across many industry verticals. However, our centre of gravity has always been on client communication within Financial Services, Lessons learnt from 20 years of Digital WAM .... and 27 elephants documents some of that experience.
Now, in 2016, our flagship product set, iPlus3, continues our tradition of lasting innovation and return on investment.
Unique in the market and proven in value through volume production use in a top 5 global Asset Manager. iPlus3 provides a single integrated operating model to control all content production and distribution requirements (both digital and traditional) for an asset manager: from KIIDs production to investment reviews and factsheets; from your own interactive web fund centres to 3rd party investment portals and from marketing automation to sales enablement tools. One integrated operating model to serve them all, one time management of multiple client end points.
Integrate's iPlus solution is the cornerstone for organisations building a digital strategy that will work today, tomorrow and long into the future. Read this success story to learn how a Top 5 global asset manager enhanced sales productivity, transitioned distribution to digital channels and reduced operating costs: http://www.integrate.co.uk/documents/integrate_case_study.pdf