Bank of Ireland Chooses Chordiant

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Chordiant Software Inc., a customer relationship management services vendor, said that the Bank of Ireland has selected Chordiant's Always-On CRM platform as the basis for a new customer excellence program.


Terms of the contract were not disclosed.


Cupertino, CA-based Chordiant Software offers its Unified CRM Solution based on its branded platform strategy, the Intelligent Customer Interaction Management platform. The platform provides scalable building blocks for developing and integrating CRM software into customers' existing enterprisewide systems.


No matter how consumers choose to communicate with the enterprise -- through branch locations, Web, e-mail, telephone or wireless access -- the Chordiant Unified CRM Solution provides a real-time, single view of each customer and a personalized process for every interaction, the company said. It includes a comprehensive business process engine, which allows companies to implement best business practices across multiple touch points.


Other Chordiant customers in financial services include: Advance Bank, Alliance and Leicester, Banco Comercial Portugues, Banca Popolare de Novara, BankWest, Barclaycard, CIBC, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, DLJDirect, First USA, Lloyd's TSB, Open Bank, Principal Financial, Quick & Reilly, Republic National Bank, Standard Life and The Royal Bank of Scotland.


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