Archive for tag: Banking Efficiency

Customer Segmentation, Adoption and Risk in Mobile Check Deposit

May 23, 2014

By Jonathan Camhi Mobile check deposit is entering a new stage with the development of risk management policies and growing adoption among commercial clients. Mobile remote deposit capture has gone mainstream in the banking world, and is now ready for its next stage of development: customizing solutions for specific customer segments. New research released today […]

The Technology Tipping Point

May 16, 2014

By Karen dela Torre, Oracle Emerging technologies can open the door to exceptional levels of efficiency and operational agility behind the scenes, and empower CFOs to deliver forward-thinking insight to their businesses that will promote more informed future planning. Over the years, the convergence of emerging technologies has culminated in a few notable tipping points […]

Why Banks Still Don’t Like Small Businesses

May 2, 2014

Banks that truly want to ‘walk the walk’ in small business banking need to do the analytical and structural work crucial for success. By Charles Wendel In this hyper-regulated and politically correct world, many banks will not admit that, at their core, they dislike banking small businesses. With actions speaking louder than words, it seems […]

Accelerating the Efficiency Engine

March 3, 2014

For 2014, banks are committed to reducing expenses and operating more efficiently through better use of technology, improved hiring and training practices and right-sizing business units. By Karen Epper Hoffman A new year is time for new resolutions. And for many banks, that means resolving to make their operations run leaner and better, at less […]

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