GE Capital to use Experian’s hosted database and NCR’s Teradata to provide CRM capabilities

The solution combines Experian’s advanced customer data integration and data management solutions with the industry-leading Teradata(r) database to assist GE Card Services in communicating the right message to the right customer, using the right channel, at the right time. The multi-year, multi-million dollar project will be operational in June 2001.

ATLANTA, April 24, 2001 — What happens in the upcoming, second wave of industry restructuring efforts will likely determine the future of customer choice initiatives in the U.S. retail energy industry, an industry analysis by Chartwell Inc. shows.

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