SunTec launches its thought leadership magazine, SunTec viewpoint

  • Posted by Real Wire
  • April 8, 2015 12:55 PM BST

Celebrating 25 years of trust and excellence in delivering IT solutions to banking and telecoms industries


London, UK and Trivandrum, India - April 8, 2015 - SunTec, the leading provider of Revenue Management and Business Assurance products to the Financial Services and Digital and Communications Services industries, celebrated 25 successful years of operations by launching their thought leadership magazine, SunTec viewpoint.

The magazine which will be published bi-annually has knowledge on key industry trends, viewpoints of leading analysts and best practices followed in the industry. The first edition of SunTec viewpoint features articles by celebrated analysts like David Bannister, Tony Poulos, Teresa Cottam and Brett King.

Over the last 25 years, SunTec has been in the forefront of providing innovative customer centric solutions to their clients, leading to pioneering game changing concepts like Relationship based pricing.

The magazine was launched at the SunTec User Meet held in Trivandrum, India recently. The User Meet was attended by over 100 dignitaries comprising of SunTec's clients, Industry analysts and thought leaders across the globe.

Nanda Kumar, President and CEO, SunTec said: "Over the last 25 years, drastic changes have happened in both the Financial Services and Digital and Communications  Services industries. We have worked with leading enterprises across industries, to help them solve complex Revenue Management and Customer Experience issues. SunTec view-point is our way of sharing our varied experiences with the rest of the industry. The launch of the magazine reiterates our position as a thought leader in the Financial Services and Digital and Communications Services industries."

Max Speur, COO, SunTec concluded: "The consumer behavior is changing at a rapid rate like never before. The customer today is spoiled for choices, as there are multiple vendors who are vying for their attention. Enterprises have to be highly agile so as to ensure that they don't lose out on their customers. In our first edition we have looked at these issues and how enterprises can better orchestrate their customer experience".