Financial institutions are constantly adapting to the needs of their customers and identifying new and innovative ways to streamline internal processes, while also improving how their employees work on a day-to-day basis.
But, the challenge of operating within an aggressively competitive financial services environment has forced both large and small institutions to cut back on spending and decide what’s necessary vs what isn’t. From the number of brick and mortar branches to the sheer number of employees a bank is able to hire, bank executives are forced to make tough decisions in order to maintain stable profit margins.
So how are modern financial institutions coping and adapting to this highly competitive environment? Largely, bank leaders are utilizing new technologies such as electronic form creation and submission, analytics and ticket systems as a way to streamline internal processes and reduce waste. But this begs the question, how does one identify the best available technology at the right price point?
Find out more in this panel discussion featuring:
David Daniel, VP, Banc Intranets
Larry Schenck, IT/Banking Officer for Morris Bank
Darren Bridges, CEO of Safe Systems,
Terry Ammons, Systems Partner for Porter Keadle Moore