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Digital River bietet Abonnement-Lösungen (Subscriptions) für Dragon Drive! Messaging von Nuance

Digital River, Inc. (NASDAQ: DRIV), der Experte für Umsatzwachstum im globalen Cloud Commerce, gab heute die Zusammenarbeit mit Nuance Communications, Inc. bekannt, um Online-Abonnement-Lösungen (Online-Subscriptions) für den Dragon Drive! Messaging Service von Nuance zu unterstützen. Nuance ist ein führender Anbieter von Voice- und Sprach-Lösungen für Geschäfts- und Privatkunden rund um den Globus.

Mithilfe von Dragon Drive! Messaging können Fahrer E-Mails und SMS-Nachrichten einfach per Spracheingabe erstellen, ändern und senden sowie eingehende Textnachrichten laut hören ohne die Hand vom Lenkrad nehmen oder die Augen von der Straße abwenden zu müssen. Dragon Drive! Messaging ist Teil einer umfassenderen Dragon Drive! Plattform eigens für den Einsatz im Automobil. Das System bietet Connected und Embedded Sprachdienste für Erstausrüster und Systemlieferanten und unterstützt unter anderem Navigation, Musiksuchlauf sowie mobile Inhalte.

„Wir freuen uns auf die Ausweitung unserer Geschäftsverbindung mit Nuance. Das Unternehmen ist bereits seit mehr als einem Jahrzehnt Kunde von Digital River”, erklärte Tom Donnelly, President und Chief Operating Officer bei Digital River. „Die innovativen Serviceleistungen von Nuance sind ein großartiges Beispiel, wie verbundene Technologien die Kunden befähigen können wie niemals zuvor. Wir sind hocherfreut, einen Beitrag zu diesem Neustart leisten zu können und bieten einen cloud-basierten Abrechnungsservice, um die Umwandlung einer kostenlosen Testversion in eine jährlich zu erneuernde Lizenz für die Kunden bequem und problemlos zu gestalten.”

Digital River unterstützt gegenwärtig den Einsatz von Dragon Drive! Messaging in Form eines Abonnement-Service (Subscription-Service) für ausgewählte Luxusfahrzeuge. Digital River verwaltet die Bearbeitung und Abwicklung der Abonnementbestellungen über Online-Shops, die eingerichtet wurden, um Zahlungen mit Kreditkarten oder Lastschriftverfahren zu ermöglichen. Dieser Service wurde für die US-amerikanische, britische, italienische, französische, deutsche und spanische Sprache lokalisiert.

„Dragon Drive! Messaging ist unglaublich vielseitig in seinen Fähigkeiten, Menschen zu verbinden und ihre Produktivität zu steigern und dabei Ablenkungen für die Fahrer zu minimieren. Die Kooperation mit Digital River versetzt uns nun in die Lage, einen Abonnement-Service (Subscription-Service) für den Automotive-Sektor auf schnelle und einfache Weise bereitstellen zu können”, so Arnd Weil, Vice President und General Manager, Automotive bei Nuance Mobile.

Zusätzlich zur Verwaltung der Abonnement-Bestellungen und -Verlängerungen des Dragon Drive! Messaging Service wird Digital River weiterhin 16 regionale Vertretungen des Online Nuance Store zur Verfügung stellen. Hierzu gehören unter anderem Frankreich, Deutschland, Italien, Spanien, Singapur, Großbritannien und die Vereinigten Staaten. Der Nuance Store bietet unseren professionellen und privaten Kunden auch lokalisierte Versionen anderer populärer Produkte, darunter Dragon Dictate, Dragon NaturallySpeaking, OmniPage®, PaperPort®und PDF-Konverter-Software-Anwendungen.

Über Digital River

Digital River, Inc., die Experten für Umsatzwachstum im globalen Cloud Commerce, entwickeln und betreuen Onlinegeschäfte für Software- und Spieleanbieter, Hersteller von Unterhaltungselektronik, Distributoren, Online-Händler und Affiliate-Partner. Die mehrkanalige Commerce-Lösung des Unternehmens, die sowohl direkte als auch indirekte Verkäufe unterstützt, hilft Unternehmen aller Größen bei der Maximierung ihrer Online-Umsätze und der Reduktion der Kosten und Risiken, die mit dem Betrieb einer globalen Commerce-Lösung verbunden sind. Die umfassende Plattform des Unternehmens bietet Website-Entwicklung und Hosting, Bestellmanagement, globale Zahlungsmöglichkeiten, cloud-basierte Abonnements, Betrugsmanagement, Exportbeschränkungen, Steuermanagement, physische und digitale Produktauslieferung, mehrsprachigen Kundenservice, hochentwickeltes Reporting sowie strategische Marketing-Serviceleistungen. Digital River wurde 1994 gegründet, hat seinen Hauptsitz in Minneapolis mit weiteren Niederlassungen in den USA, in Asien, Europa und Südamerika. Weitere Einzelheiten über Digital River erfahren Sie auf der Website des Unternehmens, über Twitter oder telefonisch unter +1 952-253-1234.

Zukunftsgerichtete Aussagen

Zusätzlich zu den hierin enthaltenen historischen Tatsachen enthält diese Pressemitteilung zukunftsgerichtete Aussagen, welche die Wörter „wird“, „plant“, „beabsichtigt“, „erwartet“ und ähnliche Ausdrücke enthalten. Solche zukunftsgerichteten Aussagen unterliegen bekannten und unbekannten Risiken, Unwägbarkeiten und anderen Faktoren, die dazu führen können, dass die tatsächlichen Ergebnisse, Leistungen oder Erfolge von Digital River, oder auch die Ergebnisse der gesamten Branche erheblich von den in solchen zukunftsgerichteten Aussagen direkt oder indirekt zum Ausdruck gebrachten Ergebnissen abweichen können. Zu diesen Faktoren gehören unter anderem: Die Betriebsergebnisse und die Variabilität der Betriebsergebnisse von Digital River, der Wettbewerb im elektronischen Handel, die Fähigkeit von Digital River, den Kundenservice von Nuance zu unterstützen, die Marktakzeptanz solcher Angebote sowie andere Risikofaktoren, die in den bei der US-Börsenaufsichtsbehörde SEC eingereichten und öffentlich zugänglichen Unterlagen von Digital River dargelegt sind.

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