Transformations Inc., a software solutions company and developer of the comprehensive customer communications management (CCM) platform, Uluro, announced the company will be exhibiting its cost-effective, front-to-finish Uluro, at Document Strategy Forum (DSF) ’22 being held April 4-6 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago hotel in Rosemont, Illinois.

Visitors to Transformations’ Booth #405 will see the many ways the Uluro platform makes it possible to gain control over every aspect of CCM, including securely creating, producing, delivering and tracking all types of communications across all channels. The difference Uluro brings to the CCM space is the opportunity for companies to build their own customized workflow around Uluro’s unique core technology.

Transformations will also demonstrate the company’s breakthrough security solutions, Uluro’s uSecure and Smart Delivery, both of which address industry-critical issues specific to data security unlike any others in the CCM space. What sets the unmatched uSecure apart from other security solutions is that uSecure offers intelligent protection that travels with the file, keeping data encrypted throughout the entire workflow. Smart Delivery is unlike any other security software in that it is the only standalone system on the market that can safely email data-sensitive, compliant communications and provide proof of delivery to the intended recipient exclusively, proof of access and a built-in, real-time audit trail.

Also being demonstrated is Uluro’s uPayments, another standalone solution that integrates with a company’s own CCM software to add EBPP, eBill, EIPP or payment processing without IT intervention.

“Uluro is an omnichannel CCM software that streamlines workflows, automates processes and creates new revenue streams. We are excited to share with DSF ’22 attendees how organizations of all sizes can build their own unique customer communications management solution that fits the needs and budget of their business and industry with Uluro,” said Bill Tidwell, CEO of Transformations.

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