Infovisa® Announces Rebranded Marketing and Website

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Infovisa today announced the completion of its rebranding campaign and website.

Infovisa today announced the completion of its rebranding campaign. The new look and content of Infovisa encompassed a new logo, new marketing material, and social media campaigns. Infovisa also announced the new look of its website, http://www.Infovisa.com.

To assist with the rebrand, Infovisa contacted Swanson Russell out of Lincoln, Nebraska. The Nebraska marketing firm guided Infovisa through the project from picking new corporate colors to trade show banners. “The Swanson Russell team helped us to create an entirely new image around one of our internal slogans Trusted Focus,” stated Michael Dinges, President and CEO of Infovisa.

As Michael continued, “This new image helps confirm the value that Infovisa places on relationships; relationships to our clients and how our software solutions allow clients to build relationships with their customers.” Dinges went on to say, “Infovisa has always been 100% committed to our clients with the focus on how we can build software to enable trust professionals to concentrate on their customers. That’s Trusted Focus.”

About Infovisa
Infovisa is an independent provider of data processing systems and related services for bank trust departments, independent trust companies, not-for-profit foundations, colleges, and universities. Infovisa was founded in 1992 and has long been a pioneer in the wealth management arena. Infovisa was the first Windows based, real-time trust accounting system - MAUI®. Through a combination of proprietary software coupled with Application Service Provider (ASP) services, clients of Infovisa are provided with a robust and comprehensive technology solution. Never before has the wealth management industry had such a leading edge technology at their fingertips. For more information, please contact Infovisa at (704) 892-3270 or visit us on the web at http://www.Infovisa.com.

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