This whitepaper examines how Vertical CRM evolved, examines the pros and potential pitfalls for financial services organizations, and makes a case for why it should be adopted. It also explores the advantages of NexJ Systems’ suite of CRM solutions.
This whitepaper examines the origins of Continuous Deployment, its importance for developers as well as businesses, its benefits, and common pitfalls. It also explores NexJ Systems’ experience with CD and our recommended best practices.
This whitepaper examines a number of issues related to security for financial organizations, the implications of jurisdiction, potential risks related to emerging technology, and how solutions like the NexJ Systems suite of products can eliminate worries related to data integration and protection in a more holistic manner without compromising on speed and service.
This whitepaper takes a look at how the banking industry and compliance have evolved, how regulations change on the basis of geographic boundaries, and why integrated risk and compliance management are important. It also details NexJ Systems’ recommendations based on our experience working with customers and their individual approaches to compliance.
Under these regulations, firms must gather specific information, comply with disclosure requirements, conduct activities in accordance with defined rules, and be prepared to demonstrate their compliance. Non-compliance is penalized with large fines from regulatory bodies.
This whitepaper examines the options currently available in the cloud, from on-premise services to multi-tenancy, pure cloud and hybrid approaches, evaluates the pros and cons offered by each and includes our recommended best practices. It also explores NexJ Systems’ experience with the cloud and how its suite of products support adoption and data integration.
This whitepaper examines how Open Banking has begun to change the way financial institutions use customer data, what the challenges to adoption are, why the potential for growth is high, and how NexJ System’s suite of products can play a significant role in terms of data integration among other areas of innovation.
Artificial Intelligence. It’s everywhere these days – in our homes, our cars, and our workplaces. You’ve likely asked Siri to dial a number, put Alexa to work investigating restaurant options, or hooked a smart home device up to the Google Assistant.
Financial services organizations have continually increasing volumes of data that should be helping them better understand and sell to customers. Instead, many firms struggle with using the data in continuous learning projects, specifically with: