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Fraud is a massive and growing challenge for the financial services industry, representing a loss of up to 3% of annual revenues according to a recent LexisNexis Risk Solutions survey.1 For every dollar they lose to fraud, companies incur an additional $2.67 in costs.
We believe that blockchain can underpin new financial services transactions that transform our ability to counter fraudulent financial activities.
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The Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) financial services sector is experiencing significant changes. To succeed in the present and future, local players must digitally transform, or risk becoming obsolete.
More than ever before, the sector must respond to changing customer demographics and demand. They need to pivot to address customers’ changing and varying financial circumstances.
Read more to get the answer to the question, what will banks, credit unions and insurers of the future look like?
Australia’s financial institutions are among the most sophisticated in the world. Once ubiquitous in-branch interactions have now been virtually replaced by ATMs, online transactions and mobile services, integrating emerging technologies to create value and personalize services for customers.
The financial sector is also the second least trusted industry in all of Australia. In financial services, ‘trust’ is the foundation of the relationship between institution and individual.
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An increasingly competitive landscape requires Enterprises have the ability to react quicker. To support these business needs, Enterprise IT organizations have had to make significant changes in the way they build and deliver applications.
The 2018 State of the CIO survey is the leading annual survey across Australia and New Zealand that examines the plans of technology and digital chiefs. The survey enables senior executives to benchmark themselves against their peers in the marketplace. It is a barometer of how IT groups are perceived by their organisations and highlights the status of CIOs’ relationships with other c-level executives, their ability to innovate, their leadership challenges, and career progression. The survey is held in conjunction with the CIO Executive Council.
Digital transformation is a business imperative. With a heritage of secure digital document innovations, Adobe Document Cloud lets you transform your current document processes into 100% digital workflows to speed business and increase productivity.
Documents are the foundation of any business. The majority of businesses today use Microsoft applications to create, manage, and share documents both inside and outside the organisation. By adding Adobe Acrobat DC with PDF services to your company's existing Office 365 and SharePoint workflows, you can help users across your company simplify day-to-day tasks and increase overall productivity.
Electronic signatures are the way businesses get documents signed and close deals faster. Today, e-signature solutions have evolved to encompass much more than just collecting signatures electronically - leading solutions automate the entire process, from document creation and assembly, to collaboration and execution, to archiving.
Electronic signatures are the way business get documents signed and close deals faster. Today, e-signature solutions have evolved to encompass much more than just collecting signatures electronically- leading solutions automate the entire process, from document creation and assembly, to collaboration and execution, to archiving.
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