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First Federal Banks On Its Employees with Blue
The success of Kentucky (US)-based First Federal Savings Bank can largely be attributed to its sophisticated review process. The bank conducts an annual 360

savings banks  Kentucky (US)-based First Federal Savings Bank can largely be attributed to its sophisticated review process. The bank conducts an annual 360 review for each of its employees. Besides rating themselves, employees are also evaluated by peers, subordinates, and supervisors. To conduct these reviews, the bank uses Blue/360, a web-based multi-rater application designed specifically for conducting 360 reviews. Read More
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Financial Mobility-Balancing Security and Success
No financial services company can afford to relax when it comes to IT security. Banks, investment firms, and insurance providers must follow government

savings banks  financial mobility,financial mobility concerns,BYOD,BYOD financial security,consumerization cost savings,Fiberlink,MaaS360 Read More
Enhancing Constituent Perceptions with CRM for Public Sector
The world is changing for public-sector organizations. To succeed, governments must go beyond basic cost savings and service effectiveness to shape constituent

savings banks  go beyond basic cost savings and service effectiveness to shape constituent perceptions about the programs that serve them. Discover how using software solutions to enhance customer relationship management (CRM) processes enables governments to deliver levels of performance constituents are accustomed to receiving from the private sector. Read More
Ariba Reaches Out To The Little Guy
Electronic procurement wunderkind Ariba presents its strategy for selling to small and medium-sized businesses.

savings banks  wanting to achieve E-procurement savings without the costs of the high-end products. The downside of working with smaller companies is that the integration and development edges are a lot rougher, and Ariba is giving control of much of its reputation to ASP's. Ariba will do well to make training and support of these new partners its number one priority. Read More
CODEC S.A.
Headquartered in Quito, Ecuador, CODEC SA offers an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for financial institutions including banks, savings and loan

savings banks  financial institutions including banks, savings and loan associations, and financial institutions. In addition, the company offers consulting services, education, installation and implementation services, and system development. Read More
How to Do It Right: Setting Up an Offshore Development Center
Although IT outsourcing can result in cost savings of up to 60 percent, you’re not as likely to see that return if you don’t have an offshore development center

savings banks  can result in cost savings of up to 60 percent, you’re not as likely to see that return if you don’t have an offshore development center (ODC). This team of programmers and developers, hand picked to complement your skill-set and culture, works on your behalf at the service provider’s site, and can be a seamless extension of your IT department. Learn more about the benefits of setting up an ODC. Read More
Deriving Business Benefits from Basel II
Banks endeavoring to comply with Basel II, which requires banks to commensurate their capital with underlying risk, can use the framework for strategic

savings banks  Business Benefits from Basel II Banks endeavoring to comply with Basel II, which requires banks to commensurate their capital with underlying risk, can use the framework for strategic decisions, such as appropriate capital allocation, for various lines of business, risk-based pricing, and employee compensation. Basel II gives banks an opportunity to have a single system that can be used for compliance as well as risk management. Read More
Elevating Your Procurement Organization from Knee-jerk Reactions to Predictive Analytics
For most companies, chief procurement officers (CPOs) need to maximize savings, focus on sustainability, manage supplier performance, and minimize supplier risk

savings banks  (CPOs) need to maximize savings, focus on sustainability, manage supplier performance, and minimize supplier risk to ensure supply chain continuity. To do all this, CPOs are turning to procurement analytics—to identify areas of low performance, optimize procurement functions, and reduce costs. Know a four-step process to help you deploy and configure a procurement analytics program. Read More
Best Practices for Fixed Asset Managers
In the world of accounting, the savings potential of improved fixed asset management is often overlooked. Yet assets like land, buildings, transportation, and

savings banks  world of accounting, the savings potential of improved fixed asset management is often overlooked. Yet assets like land, buildings, transportation, and manufacturing equipment represent among the largest investments most companies make. Sub-optimal fixed asset practices can threaten the accuracy of financial reports and negatively impact your bottom line. This white paper outlines best practices for fixed asset management and suggests tips for implementation, including establishing an accurate baseline Read More
CRM Vendors Cash In On The Financial Services Industry
Last year’s deregulation of the financial services industry changed the competitive pressures on banks, brokerages, and insurance companies. Firms in this

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Westminster Savings Credit Union Makes a Smart Investment
Westminster Saving Credit Union (WSCU) is one of Canada’s largest credit unions, with 12 branches, 50,000 members and more than $2.1 billion in assets. To meet

savings banks  Savings Credit Union Makes a Smart Investment Westminster Saving Credit Union (WSCU) is one of Canada’s largest credit unions, with 12 branches, 50,000 members and more than $2.1 billion in assets. To meet its rigorous accounting and financial reporting needs, WSCU migrated from Sage PFW ERP to Sage ERP MAS 500 based on the advice of business partner The Answer Company. Download this case study to learn about the benefits WSCU realized after the transition. Read More
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act May Be Just the Tip of a Compliance Iceberg
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act is not the only government regulation that enterprises must comply with. Several others make it imperative that appropriate enterprise

savings banks  Sarbanes-Oxley Act May Be Just the Tip of a Compliance Iceberg More Financial Reporting Compliance The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) might be only a tip of a compliance iceberg for many enterprises. Namely, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) is another set of guidelines governing the financial statements of listed companies in Europe and other regions, which was introduced on January 1, 2005 (see Claudia Delto's 2005 article Checking It Twice—Basel II, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, International Read More
How to Cut Costs in the Cloud
The success or failure of spend and savings initiatives depends largely on the purchasing processes and technology platforms that support them. To ensure

savings banks  failure of spend and savings initiatives depends largely on the purchasing processes and technology platforms that support them. To ensure success, organizations need to build a flexible foundation that can adapt to savings measures as needed. Discover five best practices for spend management, inspired by innovations in cloud computing, and learn how they can help your company save money. Read More
Aligning Risk and Finance in Banks: From Theory to Practice
After the financial crisis, banks are changing the way that they look at risk and finance integration, and these types of projects have been prioritized again

savings banks  Risk and Finance in Banks: From Theory to Practice After the financial crisis, banks are changing the way that they look at risk and finance integration, and these types of projects have been prioritized again. However, the path to successful risk and finance integration is not simple, and banks face a number of technology and organizational challenges. To understand these problems better and banks' aims for risk and finance integration, read this report on a survey by Chartis Research that Read More

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