2Bridge taps Sideware for online customer service

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In a new partnership, Sideware’s electronic Customer Relationship Management (eCRM) software will be integrated into 2Bridge’s homepage and customer service site, Club2Bridge.

2Bridge makes webware used to build e-hubs – corporate intranets, extranets and websites where employees, customers, partners and suppliers can interact.

“Unsurpassed customer service is essential to our successful delivery of webware over the network and our continual support of enterprise e-business,” said Mansoor Zakaria, founder and CEO of 2Bridge.

“We are confident that our online customer service solution will be of value to 2Bridge’s strong customer base,” said James Speros, CEO of Sideware. “Together we are providing e-businesses with useful tools that will help increase their productivity and return on investment and lower their operating costs.”

Sideware’s web-based customer service solution will be offered to 2Bridge customers, allowing them to deliver complete collaborative customer care services through their e-hubs. Its eCRM software offers live, interactive customer service that delivers a real-time connection to site information, text and photo images. It will link 2Bridge’s back-end databases so that the company can easily access archived data to assist repeat customers through Club2Bridge.

Sideware, based in Reston, Virginia, is a leading developer of customer service solutions for e-businesses. Its Dr Bean software is an eCRM solution based on 100% Java and Enterprise Java technology, providing multi-platform scalability and functionality across all major servers and operating systems. The company is an independent software vendor of IBM and a premier software partner of Siebel. The company has ties with Oracle, Sun Microsystems and SAIC.

2Bridge’s customers include JP Morgan, McGraw-Hill, Goldman Sachs, and ABN-Amro. 2Bridge is privately funded by institutional investors such as Goldman Sachs, NEA and Oak Hill as well as private investors including Hasso Plattner, CEO of SAP and David Pottruck, CEO of Charles Schwab. 2Bridge has offices in San Francisco, New York, Princeton, and London.




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