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Thriving in the Digital Payments Revolution Download

The U.S. mobile payments market is projected to reach $142 billion by 2019, up from $52 billion in 2014. Digital payments present a big opportunity for banks and credit unions to retain their rightful spot as the facilitators of commerce. Asconsumers' behavior changes, financial institutions are going to require adaptable solutions.                                      

Digital Check Publishes Study on Automation of UV Check Security Download

Ultraviolet security features have come into widespread use on check and other financial instruments as automated UV scanning technology becomes available. Imaging equipment manufacturer Digital Check interviewed several industry experts to compile a report on the state of this new technology and its outlook for adoption around the world.                                      

Next Generation Mobile Banking: Transactions Increase Potential Return on Investment Download
The phenomenal growth of the mobile channel has grabbed the attention of financial institutions. Mobile banking now plays a key role in the growth strategies of leading players and the rollout of basic services has yielded success.

GXS Corporate-to-Bank Connectivity

A Treasury Management System (TMS) helps companies with making the right decisions, but is only as good as the data it can access. For example, optimized treasury decisions require real-time data on cash positions, interest and exchange rates, payables, and receivables. If a company’s C2B connectivity is not flexible, the TMS may not get all the information it requires to be effective.
IT Industry Outlook 2013 Download

CompTIA’s IT Industry Outlook 2013 provides an overview of the size, shape and growth factors of the information technology (IT) industry.

A Strategic Guide to AP Shared Services

This report examines new service strategies around automating core finance functions for billing, collections, procurement, accounts payable and disbursement and should serve as a guide for finance managers considering a SSC.

Deliverability by the Numbers - Horizontech

HTI provides Returned Mail Process Automation through four distinct business segments. These segments are integrated, can be customized to specialized and business unit requirements, as well accessed for standalone operational processing.

Return Mail Challenges and Solutions - Horizontech

Return mail has become a pervasive problem for corporations who need to communicate with their customers. The issue is particularly concentrated among high volume First-Class mailers in five business sectors: Finance; Insurance; Healthcare; Utilities (Energy, Telco and wireless providers); and Government. High volume communications sent via United States Postal Services® (USPS®) First-Class Mail® include: billing and other transactional statements; explanation of benefits (EOBs); and legal and regulatory notifications. Each type of organization has its own issues.

The Last Mile of Finance: Moving from “Well Enough to Optimal” - Theresa Clark - Trintech

The “Last Mile” of finance is a term that was coined in 2006 by Eric Keller, CFO at Movaris*, as a way to call out the criticality of the processes that occur in the last few days of a period to bring financial information to the market place. The “last mile is” the final series of quality assurance steps involved in preparing a company’s financial results for public release and regulatory filings. The “last mile” runs from sub-ledger close to regulatory filing. Like the production of any good, the quality assurance and finishing processes are comfort and assurance that the company is well represented by its product. Unfortunately for finance, the assurance which should occur in the “last mile” is often tainted by a lack of visibility and manual processes which results in unpredictable and unreliable outcomes. A predictable and transparent “last mile” allows the Office of Finance the agility to sustain long-term growth.

Customer's Time Management Is Top Priority with Oklahoma's SpiritBank - DataTrade

From delivering customers freshlybaked cookies to offering “Spirit- Class Rewards” for travel points, merchandise and gift cards, Spirit- Bank strives to be the state’s top provider of exceptional banking service to maintain its competitive edge. It is this philosophy of doing business that motivated SpiritBank’s CEO Kell Kelly to offer Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) as another valuable service for the Bank’s business customers.

Fulbright & Jaworski: Leading Law Firm Searches and Shares Knowledge Base Smarter, More Accurately - Brainware


Fulbright & Jaworski (www.fulbright.com) is a full-service law firm with over 800 attorneys in eight offices throughout the United States, with overseas offices in Europe (London and Munich) and Asia (Hong Kong). While information is critical to most businesses, it is particularly important to a law firm. Fulbright´s large, distributed practice has amassed over 7.5 million documents in iManage, the firm´s document management system (DMS). In addition, Fulbright´s attorneys extensively use research litigation support and knowledge management tools including Ringtail, LexisNexis and Westlaw´s West km.

Peak Performance: Paragon Converts & Consolidates ATM Load Files for Alaska Option, Reducing Complexity and Cost of Load File Maintenance - Paragon Application Systems

As part of their migration from their BASE24 transaction processing system to an S1 transaction processing system, Alaska Option needed to convert their ATM configuration load files for use with the new system. With their inhouse technical resources already committed to other conversion-related tasks, Alaska Option turned to Paragon Professional Services to take on the load file conversion. In addition to converting the files, Alaska Option wanted to standardize and consolidate their load files, and thus simplify and streamline all future load file maintenance.

Methods to Maximize Your Distribution Processes - CDS Global, Dave Dutch SVP Business Development

In the decade following the explosion of Internet commerce, consumers and merchants have become connected like never before, with the ability for merchants large and small to distribute their goods in the world of eCommerce. Merchants marketing their products are realizing that it is becoming a necessity to no longer be restricted by the brick-and-mortar storefront, and instead embrace eCommerce. Welcome to the global marketplace.

Case Study: Taking the Sting Out of ACH Dispute Management - eGistics,Inc.

The financial services landscape is undergoing radical change, with transaction processing rapidly migrating from paper-based to electronic payments. According to the Federal Reserve's 2007 Payments Study, electronic payments now exceed two-thirds of all non-cash payments -- a big change from a decade ago when paper checks were still king. Automated Clearing House (ACH) transactions have been a key to the growth of electronic payments. The number of ACH transactions in 2008 topped 18.2 billion, representing an increase of 1.2 billion over 2007, NACHA reports.

CDS Global Case Study


Infonic is a UK-based company that develops document management, enterprise content management, text analysis and SharePoint replication software. CDS Global was commissioned to work in partnership with Infonic on an ongoing sales invoice processing project for Infonic’s client, a large UK dairy food company.

Transaction Directory - A Single Source for Remittance Processing Information

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