'Newsletter' Functionality is now live with Prudential Insight
Wednesday, 25 November 2009
Prudential's Insight Team send out a newsletter each week detailing the latest market research items (i.e. assets) that have been added to ‘The Hub’ (the name they give to their system). Previously this would have involved writing an email, downloading files from The Hub and sending them out with the email, which was not only time consuming for the writer but also required sending sizeable attachments.
The new functionality allows selected users logged into The Hub to create a branded newsletter with editable text fields (heading, introduction etc), the ability to select which items of research should appear within the newsletter (including certain metadata) and email this out to distribution lists. The branded email that is received then contains the entered text and the research item details along with a link to download the item directly from the Research Library (Asset Store).
The result is a simple, streamlined newsletter that provides consistency and saves both time and precious inbox space.
If the Newsletter functionality sounds ideal for your be the brand solution, please contact your Account Manager for more information.
Prudential Expands use of Prustore beyond Marketing
Saturday, 15 July 2006
After 12 months of running their marketing literature creation and sign off processes, and storing all materials via Prustore, Prudential are now rolling out Prustore to other areas of the business - thus further increasing its benefits. Over 9,000 projects (each equating to creating or updating a piece of literature or web page) have been run so far with a full audit trail of approvals easily accessible as per FSA requirements.
First to come on board was PruHealth (a joint venture with Discovery - a South African company) who went live in March 2006 after a short proof of concept. Where necessary, Prustore has been tweaked to accommodate variations in their workflow process.
The Customer Response Unit (CRU) went live in May and use Prustore to store, access and update all templates of all customer facing letters and post sale support.
Customer Services are likely to be the next area of the business to begin using Prustore and are currently going through the scoping process to agree their exact needs and required processes.