Laserfiche enterprise content management (ECM) software has been named one of the 20 Most Promising Banking Technology Solution Providers of 2016 by CIOReview. A panel of industry experts selected Laserfiche based on an evaluation of the company’s achievements and innovations in ECM and process automation for the banking and financial services industries.
“Laserfiche is a central component of our business development strategy,” said Adrian Darmawan, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at First Foundation Bank. “Laserfiche is our standard business application across all four service sectors of the bank, including wealth management, trust, insurance and loans. It is where our most important documents are stored and where our most crucial processes take place. We look for new and revolutionary ways to implement Laserfiche in our organization every day.”
Darmawan selected Laserfiche in 2011 to enable secure document sharing for First Foundation’s multiple branch locations across three states. Since then, his team has increased efficiency across the enterprise by automating processes including wire transfers, deposits and loans, and integrated Laserfiche with core systems like Fiserv’s Precision and Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
Laserfiche specializes in:
- Automating and accelerating business processes including those that include multiple approvers, such as new account opening, lending and wire payments
- Significantly reducing back-office costs related to loan processing, contract management, HR onboarding and other administrative services
- Managing and sharing documents and information across organizations by seamlessly integrating with CRM and core banking platforms
- Enabling compliance with financial industry regulations by equipping organizations with Department of Defense (DoD) 5015.2-certified records management
- Providing more responsive customer service operations with secure access to information
“We’re delighted that CIO Review recognizes that Laserfiche’s trusted, proven and scalable software provides significant value to financial institutions of all sizes,” said Linda Ding, Senior Financial Program Strategist at Laserfiche. “Easy-to-configure electronic forms, business process automation, digital signatures and other intuitive Laserfiche features are designed for private bankers to deliver customer service better, faster and more affordably than ever before.”
CIO Applications, sister publication of CIOReview, further highlights the importance of ECM in driving enterprise transformation, and improving security and compliance with an article by Thomas Phelps IV, Laserfiche CIO and Vice President of Corporate Strategy.
Details about Laserfiche and the complete list of most promising technology providers have also been announced online. For more information about how Laserfiche helps banks provide better service to customers, visit the Laserfiche website.
Laserfiche Enterprise Content Management transforms how organizations manage information, automate document-driven business processes and make timely, informed decisions. Using Laserfiche, organizations can innovate how documents and unstructured information are processed and analyzed to achieve business results. Laserfiche provides intuitive solutions for capture, electronic forms, workflow, case management, cloud, mobile and government-certified records management. Since 1987, Laserfiche has been the trusted choice of more than 35,000 organizations worldwide. For more information, visit www.laserfiche.com or follow Laserfiche on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Google+.
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Published from Fremont, California, CIOReview is a print magazine that explores and understands the plethora of ways adopted by firms to execute the smooth functioning of their businesses. A distinguished panel comprising of CEOs, CIOs, IT VPs including CIOReview editorial board finalized the “20 Most Promising Banking Technology Solution Providers 2016” in the U.S. and shortlisted the best vendors and consultants. For more info: www.cioreview.com.