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By Ameria-Team

ameria Agrees on Partnerships with Two German DAX Corporations


Dear Companists,


We are pleased to announce two new clients that have decided to use Virtual Promoter. As these projects have just begun, we cannot provide you with the clients' names yet (but we have already informed Companisto of the new partners). In any case, we can tell you that our new clients are a major bank and a major insurance company, both of which are listed in the German DAX stock market index.


Virtual Promoter for the Financial Services Industry


The financial services industry is an entirely new market segment for Virtual Promoter. Moreover, our latest partnerships illustrate that retailers and brand manufacturers are not the only ones who have recognized the great potential of digital shop windows. In fact, through Virtual Promoter, we are providing banks and insurance companies with a new medium for communication that addresses clients and potential clients precisely where personal counseling takes place.

The necessity of digitizing brick-and-mortar branches and agencies has already been discussed for several years. Now, we have started implementing the first specific projects. In this context, ameria is closely collaborating with industry expert Wincor Nixdorf in order to establish Virtual Promoter as a permanent element in banks' and insurance companies' range of digital services from the beginning.


Best regards,

The ameria team


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