When two years ago Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence asked financial-services firms which was the greatest compliance challenge they expected to face in 2020, most of them answered “keeping up with regulatory change”.
Compliance became a thing soon after the 2008 financial crisis, and regulations have been changed many times since then. Thus, companies have been struggling to allocate the budget appropriately to face the increasing cost of compliance.
Non ci sono dubbi: per mantenere un cliente è necessario assicurare una customer experience positiva, fin dall’inizio, e quindi fin dall’onboarding. Sono però invece tantissime le aziende che presentano delle procedure di negoziazione lente, macchinose e irte di ostacoli, rendendo difficoltosa la vita dei propri clienti: la speranza di poter fidelizzare il cliente, con questo presupposto, non può che essere minima. É diverso il discorso per chi decide di velocizzare l’onboarding semplificando l’esperienza dei clienti con delle procedure e contratti digitali: vediamo quali sono i vantaggi per l’azienda e per i clienti stessi!
When does your client get the first impression of your business? Let me answer for you: the real impression begins when the client has started to do business with you. In this crucial phase you must not fail or be caught unprepared.
Client onboarding automation is complex and must be performed in compliance with rules and regulations, maintaining control of processes, and protecting data and information.
Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) tools have promised a lot: faster and more efficient contracts, best contract collaboration and management, tracking changes, time savings and reduced costs and risk of errors. But there is still a big hurdle to overcome to digitise contract collaboration and management: how to make your platform attractive to your counterpart?
Most modern vendor and contract management software solutions support workflow management. That’s nothing new. However, it’s time to start thinking beyond just data integration. What if we could find a way to implement easily contract management software integration? What if we could contract handle contract easily though different processes and applications? Giving vendors, customers and businesses the data at the point in time they need to actually make a decision by integrating it directly into the workflow.
As the business landscape becomes increasingly digitalized, it’s important to upgrade your technology and modernize your third-party risk management.
Contract automation efficiency is no longer a matter of choice. It is a necessity in this digital day and age when users expect a seamless on-boarding experience, which traditional contracting cannot offer. Have you ever had delayed orders, lost customers or missed payments because of contracts that have disappeared or that were not filed properly?
Achieving end-to-end contract automation efficiency can be done in a number of ways. In doing so, your on-boarding journey will become more seamless and integrated as you make use of tools such as KYC check, anti-malware control, identity check, credit check and more from a single point of access.
Simplifying your workflow with contract automation is a great way to free up the time of your team and reduce average turnaround time by 80%.
‘Sign here, here and here’. Signing a contract makes me a bit tense, those are not the contracts of the future I would like to have or sign.
Contracts nowadays don’t serve people as they should. They are unnecessarily hard to write and read. The endless legalese makes them a daunting matter. Their binding power is not bulletproof.
There are 19.972 words in the iTunes terms and conditions. Shakespeare’s Macbeth has 18.100 words. When you click “I agree”, you’re saying to iTunes that you have read something longer than Macbeth.’ In short, today’s contracts do not enable optimal and risk-free decisions.
At Trakti we are crafting contracts of the future to serve people and businesses not the other way around.