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Mitigate Litigation Risk through Smart Banking Information Technology—Boost Your Bottom Line (part 6 of 6)

Meet Compliance and Regulatory PoliciesMany financial services companies scramble to comply with new regulation, like SEC 17a-4c, and maintain compliance with legacy regulations, like Dodd-Frank Act, SOX, Know Your Customer (KYC) and other legislation as they grow. In addition, a changing corporate landscape can drive major efforts in IT governance. Flexible information management tools will […]

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Integrating Information & Transaction Efficiencies for Banking—Boost Your Bottom Line (part 4 of 6)

Integrate Data From All Systems to Optimize Business Process Management (BPM)Business systems integrations can greatly increase efficiencies, both during and after the processing of data and documents. While processing mid-stream, integration between workflows, repositories and legacy systems can expedite throughput, eliminate errors and provide critical analytical data real-time. This helps mitigate risk by enabling you […]

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Putting Together an ECM Project Team Part 3

Part 3 – The Project Team In previous blogs on this same subject, we have discussed the role of Executive Management in the overall Project Team effort.  And what elements from the  internal organization would likely comprise an effective team.   In summary, vibrant and effective executive leadership is likely to be critical in solidifying the […]

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Getting it Right: Distributed and Mobile Document Capture

Distributed and Mobile Document Capture carries with it a very similar paradigm shift that the FedEx overnight delivery service and the facsimile machine had in the 70s, 80s and 90s.  The rise, proliferation and ever increasing bandwidth of the internet, along with new hardware devices such as multi-function printers (MFPs), desktop-personal use scanners, digital senders, […]

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