Sedona forms partnership with GBS

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GBS Corp. has selected Sedona Corp. as its partner for member relationship management and customer relationship management application and services.

GBS, a Sharetec Systems owner, is headquartered in North Canton, OH, and was established in 1971. GBS is 100 percent employee owned and provides products and services that create, manage, store and employ information to achieve greater profitability, faster growth, and tangible results for their customers.

King of Prussia, PA-based Sedona Corp., provides multi-vertical customer/member relationship management solutions and services specifically tailored to the small to midsize financial services market. Its CRM/MRM solution, Intarsia, is designed and priced to support and meet the needs of the multiple lines of business of small to midsize banks and credit unions.

GBS said that by offering Sedona's Intarsia solution directly interfaced with its ShareTec core data processing system, GBS will indeed continue to exceed those customers' expectations.

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