"File Clerk" Automation in Financial Applications
The "file clerk" is the "workflow engine" in today's corporate enterprise, new white paper explains.
Today, Flux released a new white paper: "File Clerk" Automation in Financial Applications.
This new white paper describes the role a "file processing clerk" plays in financial software applications.
Real-word file clerks act as the "workflow engine" in today's corporate enterprises. These file clerks are responsible for reviewing incoming material, recording it, maintaining it, and making recommendations on what to do with it.
Like their real-word brethren, file clerks in financial software applications solicit information, track it, enforce service-level agreements, offer up the information for quality assurance review, and forward the information to back-end processes.
This new white paper takes the file clerk's responsibilities and shows how they can be applied to financial applications such as:
- eBAM (Electronic Bank Account Management)
- Commercial Lending
"Learning how to apply the lessons of file clerks by routing incoming files through multi-step workflows is a key lesson in developing today's sophisticated software applications. These best practices can be applied to eBAM, commercial lending, and many other financial applications to drive throughput and reliability to new heights," stated Ron Schultz, Flux Solution Architect.
Download the white paper "File Clerk" Automation in Financial Applications at:
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Built on the 13 year foundation provided by the Flux software platform, Flux provides Electronic Bank Account Management (eBAM) solutions for banks. Electronic bank account management replaces slow paper-based processes with electronic efficiencies, reducing human errors and providing greater transparency into bank and corporate operations.
Banks that offer an eBAM solution possess a critical market advantage in their efforts to expand and retain their corporate customer base.
The Flux software platform orchestrates file transfers and batch processing workflows for banking and finance. First released in 2000, Flux has grown into a financial platform that the largest US, UK, and Canadian banks and financial services organizations rely on daily for their mission critical financial systems.
Privately held, Flux's US offices are located in Nevada, Colorado, Tennessee, Montana, and Hawaii. Buenos Aires, Argentina completes the locations with all offices providing effective engineering, development, professional services, and technical support to Flux’s global customer base.
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