This CGI blog post discusses the ideal capabilities in a solution to modernize debt collections.
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Many believe that digitalizing the bank is all about transforming the customer journey and experience. Others think it involves primarily the back office. It’s really about both, with some product re-engineering thrown in, too.
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Understanding the needs of transaction banking customers
For the sixth year straight, CGI is a proud sponsor of The Global Treasurer’s annual transaction banking survey, which offers critical insight into the corporate-to-bank relationship.
The global march toward real-time payments continues to accelerate. While banks prepare to make this a reality for their customers, one important factor is often overlooked—the issue of liquidity management.
Modernization affects all aspects of a bank, not just the bank’s IT management and spend. It changes a bank’s organization, customer interactions, culture, and products and services. Banks spend, on average, 7% of their revenue on IT, which is higher than most other sectors. Historically, no one has really questioned this amount, but it has come under increasing scrutiny. Does it represent value for the money?