Turn banking compliance into a competitive advantage and kickstart your digital transformation with Hyland content services. Give your employees faster access to information and guarantee consistent and timely management and disposition of documents. This facilitates easier audits, ensures compliance with internal and external standards and prevents costly legal battles.
Achieve banking compliance with Hyland
With Hyland content services solutions, employees don't spend time searching for, tracking and managing paper. Instead, your team focuses on projects that bring value to the organization and make a difference to customers.
Keeping you in compliance with regulations and prepared for audits, Hyland solutions can log every time a user accesses, views, edits or acts on a document. Executives and managers have easy access to review all audit logs to ensure everyone is following the organization’s rules. You even have the ability to make the audit logs available to external auditors via a secure website, helping avoid costly penalties and ensuring corporate and industry compliance standards are met while reducing the cost of and billable hours for external auditors.
With content services solutions, your team can ensure compliance in banking by:
- Maintaining consistent record keeping, guaranteeing the right information is available to the right people
- Automating document retention to provide consistent disposition
- Responding to audit requests and legal concerns without hesitation
Be proactive with banking compliance software solutions
In today’s regulatory environment, financial institutions need to make sure their systems are secure, auditable, traceable and flexible enough to quickly adapt to any new regulations like Dodd-Frank. They also have to be able to adapt to new requirements coming from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Hyland content services provides the tools to ensure consistent record keeping while guaranteeing the right information is available to the right people. And its flexibility means it evolves with financial institutions and the regulations that govern them.