NYSE bell-ringing ushers in new chapter for Conduent

January 3, 2017 conduentblogs

Moments after @Conduent rang the bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Jan. 3, 2017. From left to right: Rick Dastin, chief development engineer; Jeff Friedel, chief of staff; Dave Amoriell, president, Public Sector; Brian Webb-Walsh, chief financial officer; Ashok Vemuri, chief executive officer; Tom Farley, president of New York Stock Exchange; Fredrick S. Koury, chief human resources officer; James Michael Peffer, general counsel and corporate secretary; Carol Kline, chief information officer; John Kennedy, chief marketing and communications officer.

Earlier this morning, the executive team from our “new” company rang the bell on the New York Stock Exchange, signalling the commencement of an exciting chapter — not just for us, but for our customers, clients, employees and other stakeholders alike.

Conduent is the world’s largest provider of diversified business process services with leading capabilities in transaction processing, automation, analytics and user-centric process design. And though we’re a new name, and a new NYSE stock, our roots in the markets we serve are deep.

We’re a Fortune 500-scale company, providing technology and expertise to half of the world’s 10 largest banks. Six out of the 10 largest auto companies. Three of the top five U.S. life insurers. Four of the top 5 global phone manufacturers.  And all of the top 20 health insurance payment providers.

We help process more than 500 million government health care claims annually. We’re the leading provider of parking solutions in the United States and deliver transportation services in 27 countries. We touch 43 percent of U.S. child support payments annually. And that’s just for starters.

Visit www.conduent.com to learn more. And leave a comment below. What challenges does 2017 have in store for you?



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