As the first and only organization to build a cloud computing platform designed specifically for financial institutions, you can imagine the high volume of questions we receive. What is important for financial institutions to be aware of is that not all cloud computing solutions are created equal. So answers to questions that may seem general in nature are usually very dependent on the specific type of cloud computing solution. So while it would be difficult to write an FAQ on the topic of cloud computing, this white paper will provide very specific answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Compushare C3 cloud computing solution.
The financial services industry — and the world — has substantially changed. We’re a connected society, with Baby Boomers, Gen-Yers and Digital Natives alike all researching, buying and banking from the convenience of their homes and offices. Yesterday’s differentiators, like nearby branches or extended hours, have less relevance in this 24/7 omnichannel age. How can institutions build personal relationships with members and customers, even though many rarely set foot in the branch? How can financial institutions improve retention and regain a competitive advantage? Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is the answer.
As community financial institutions continue to evaluate cloud computing for their financial institution, there is still a lot of confusion and concern around the timing and benefits for regulated institutions. This white paper will evaluate the different types of cloud computing solutions available and help you determine which solution makes the most sense for your organization.
Cloud Computing is the answer to many of the challenges that exist in Information Technology (IT) today. Download this white paper to learn more about Cloud Computing and how it can address several challenges.
A new wave of high-powered dedicated denial of service (DDoS) attacks continues to sweep across the U.S., but this time they're much closer to home. Financial institutions have become the new target for such attacks, causing major disruptions to online transactions. The shift in targets is constantly changing as the attackers are becoming more sophisticated; leading security analysts to believe these attacks will continue for some time.
The purpose of the white paper published by D+H's Chief Technology Officer for Compushare solutions, Kevin Prince, is to provide financial institutions with additional education about cloud computing and to further comment on the information provided in the FFIEC document.
Small businesses have long been a vital part of the U.S. economy. But, recently, they have faced their share of challenges, presenting an excellent opportunity for community banks to be instrumental in driving their success.
This paper explores the needs of the emerging credit union model and how D+H’s PhoenixEFE® meets the needs of the extended financial enterprise by transforming the core into one comprehensive, enterprise-wide solution.
What does business intelligence do for a financial institution? The best business intelligence tools give financial institutions a holistic view of their customer and member relationships and brings in data feeds from various banking systems, including credit, debit, trust, investments and insurance, then overlays this information with demographics, psychographics and behavioral models. It is the only repository of its type to provide this kind of comprehensive, holistic view. Find out why business intelligence provided by the MCIF is essential in today’s challenging climate in order to increase marketing response rates and decrease costs.