Monday, September 28, 2020

Leicester comms business named Quadient’s first UK partner

Opus Trust Communications, an omni-channel communications businesses based in Leicester, has become the first UK company to enter into an agreement with global customer experience specialist, Quadient.

Joining its Digital Now program, Opus Trust will have access to Quadient’s global team of consultants and expertise that covers both traditional print and digital markets.

The business will also benefit from enhanced capability to deliver end-to-end, two-way digital solutions to improve customer experience and drive down operational costs.

Through Quadient’s enablement program, Opus Trust can improve efficiencies in relation to all its digital communication services.

Moreover, with the ability to understand and optimise each step of an organisation’s digital transformation journey, the company will use this insight to recommend how clients can improve customer engagement and the communications process.

“With a strategy to be the UK’s trusted partner of choice for omni-channel communications, building on our existing capability within the digital transformation space is essential,” said at Opus Trust Communications CEO, Tony Strong.

“Becoming the first UK company to join Quadient’s Digital Now program will give us access to world class digital communication expertise that will further strengthen our impressive in-house digital skillset.

“This will help existing and prospective clients deliver excellent customer journeys, providing even more reason to make Opus Trust their communication partner of choice.”

Head of Group Solutions at Opus Trust, Chris Green, said: “The obvious synergies between our omni-channel communications services and this initiative, will enable us to offer enhanced customer engagement of the highest quality and reduce our clients operational costs, by identifying and  removing friction within their customers journey.”

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