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Are Your Branches as Effective As They Could Be?

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March 10, 2014

Bank and credit union branches—and even branches or store networks across other industries—are under tremendous pressure to generate sales revenue. That may seem obvious. However, the need to offset the high operating expenses of face-to-face channels, changing consumer behavior patterns, and the threat from numerous competitors make focusing on branch sales effectiveness more critical...
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10 Coolest Brands in Banking – Alphabetical List

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February 24, 2014
10 Coolest Brands in Banking – Alphabetical List

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Pooling for profit – making money work smarter

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November 14, 2013

In the cash management world, new cash pooling technology has the potential to drive significant efficiencies for both banks and multinational corporations. We all know that cash pooling is a valuable tool for treasurers to manage their liquidity position. The key for this lies in investing in the right technology with the right solutions....
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The Changing Face of Payments Fraud (Part 2)

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August 13, 2013

This is the second part of our Q&A on payments fraud with Sean Trundy, co-founder of the document and currency security firm Fraud Fighter. In Part 1, we covered online card fraud, currency counterfeiting, and the evolution of fraud as new technology has become available. Click here to read the full article. This time,...
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CIT Sees Significant Growth in Online Deposits

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July 24, 2013
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Online banking is booming for CIT Bank. The financial services company yesterday reported that it had secured $11.1 billion in new deposits last quarter, of which $6 million, or 54%, came through the online channel. During the same quarter in 2012, but 20% of CIT Bank’s deposits came from its online venture. Online deposits...
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Seeking relief from cost and regulatory pressures

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July 17, 2013

By David Oxenstierna , Capco Partner In today’s world of unrelenting regulatory growth accompanied by challenged revenues and margins, banks are caught in a catch-22: the need to maintain or even increase their spending on so-called change-the-bank projects (CTB), while being forced to reduce overall costs aggressively. What is driving the pressure on CTB...
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Bitcoins Decoded

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May 23, 2013

By Victor Chu, Senior Consultant Bitcoins are an experimental digital “crypto-currency” that enables instant peer-to-peer transactions worldwide. The bitcoin network was introduced to the public in 2009 as open source, meaning that anybody could view the inner workings of the code and contribute changes to it with approval from the user community. The use...
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Technology Implementations Change, But APM Always Matters

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May 22, 2013
Technology Implementations Change, But APM Always Matters

Although the core problems enterprise companies face haven’t changed, modern applications and complexities in the IT infrastructure mean they require different technical solutions and data gathering approaches. Armed with this understanding you'll be in a better position to decide what you require.
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Monitoring Transactions Without a Forklift

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May 9, 2013

With so many business expectations evolving around the consumer experience as a focal point, why has transaction-centric application performance monitoring NOT been adopted by ALL banks? Newer network-based solutions can be deployed in less than a day that can correlate multi-hop transactions in near real-time – without requiring agents, code changes or extra traffic loads....
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Why should a trading firm try to be an IT firm?

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May 7, 2013

It used to be the case that the more complex your trading infrastructure, the larger your IT team needed to be. Systems specialists, networking gurus, database administrators, telephony and IT support were all needed to manage these systems front-to-back, globally. Arguably, things have become even more complex in recent years – multi-asset, multi-jurisdictional strategies...
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