Digitization of paper documents (also called scanning) optimizes and considerably increases the efficiency of working with them. Documents converted into electronic form can be archived, retrieved, and shared with other users easily, safely, and at minimum cost. Working with electronic documents takes place in the Document Management System application which permits further processing of the documents via a number of advanced functions. Each scanned document can be provided with a qualified timestamp or electronic or biometric signature, which allows the original paper document to be shredded immediately after scanning, thus saving archive space and costs of paper documents management.
A data warehousing is a technique for collecting and managing data from varied sources to provide meaningful business insights.
To fully realize the value of data, you need a complete platform that can manage both structured and unstructured data with security, consistency and credibility. Data warehouse and big data solutions from Microsoft provide a trusted infrastructure that can handle all types of data, and scale from terabytes to petabytes, with real-time performance.
Customer intelligence (CI) is information derived from customer data that an organization collects from both internal and external sources. The purpose of CI is to understand customer motivations better in order to drive future growth.
Craft contextual customer interactions based on insights gleaned from big data and analytics. Measure and optimize the customer experience in both the digital and physical worlds. And link customer-driven strategies to your business goals. Built on the most comprehensive marketing technology platform available today, IIT Customer Intelligence solutions solve the most critical challenges that modern marketers face.
Biometric KYC is the simplest and fastest way to make any of your investors Know Your Customer compliant. With a recent rise in identity fraud, verification of an individual’s identity is critical in order to having better security measures and reduce crimes. Biometrics are seen as new weapons against such crimes. With the use of biometric technologies, organizations such as banks are making KYC (Know Your Customer) procedures for customers even more efficient and easy to use. KYC processes are used by these firms to collect and authenticate the identity of their customers to prove their eligibility to access services.