Q-nomy Inc., a leading provider of solutions that optimize omnichannel business processes and customer journeys, announced the release of Q‑Flow 6.3 SP2. The new release places a strong focus on accessibility, making it easier for disabled users, such as customer service representatives and service managers, to use the platform.
“Our customers expect the best, and we are confident that Q-Flow 6.3 SP2 will meet and exceed their expectations.”
In addition to accessibility, Q-nomy has also introduced a new authentication server, which allows for the latest single sign-on standards to be met. This means that users can access Q‑Flow 6.3 SP2 anywhere with a secure, streamlined login process.
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“We are thrilled to announce the release of Q-Flow 6.3 SP2, which represents a significant step forward in our mission to deliver accessible, secure, and easy-to-use technology solutions,” said Eran Reuveni, VP Product and Business Strategy at Q-nomy. “Our customers expect the best, and we are confident that Q-Flow 6.3 SP2 will meet and exceed their expectations.”
The release of Q-Flow 6.3 SP2 demonstrates Q-nomy’s ongoing commitment to improving the user experience and providing valuable solutions to its customers. With its focus on accessibility and updated authentication server, Q-Flow 6.3 SP2 is a game-changer for disabled users and organizations looking to streamline their processes and improve efficiency.
Q-Flow 6.3 SP2 is now available to new and existing users of Q-nomy’s Q-Flow omnichannel customer journey management software.
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