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with world headquarters in San Diego, California, is the global industry leader in business-to-customer and business-to-business personalization technology platforms, used for on-demand manufacturing and fulfillment in retail, Internet and promotional channels.
To view ChoiceStream-powered personalization on Vongo, go to www.
ChoiceStream's ability to deliver the most accurate, relevant personalization is the result of its innovative approach.
Unlike other solutions, SiteBrand, with its single integrated application, uniquely provides a personalization rules engine and fully-tracked email campaigns.
E[acute accent]NBS Technologies (TSX: NBS) - NBS is a leading provider of smart card manufacturing and personalization equipment, secure identity solutions, and point of sale transaction services for financial institutions, governments, and corporations worldwide.
The study reveals that the worldwide market for ink jet addressing and personalization printers totaled about $116 million at end-user prices in 2004.
The second survey questioned print customers about the addressing and personalization services that they buy and their preferences for changes in ink jet printing.
Dynamic text effects that provide the maximum personalization include:
Christoph Schacht, CEO of DirectSmile, concurred, "Printable Technologies has an outstanding reputation in the printing industry and I am pleased to offer DirectSmile image personalization to Printable's users.
June 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Evergage, the leading provider of real-time personalization, today published the results of a new survey that found 91% of marketers either use or intend to use personalization for online customer interactions within the next year.
Active personalization is when you ask the reader or subscriber to tell you what they want.
com customer gets personal recommendations for books--in large part due to Amazon's personalization technology.

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