Solutions for the Banking and Insurance Sector
Banking and its digital future.
To understand the 3 serious ups and downs that financial institutions face today: digital, innovation and financial technology, and transformation of legacy systems and ecosystems.
Although banks were among the first companies in the private sector to adopt information technologies, that same leadership was what placed them in the trend of constantly having to overcome in an environment that is oscillating towards real-time mobile technologies aimed at the consumer.
Since paper-based manual processes are still very present, they can have a direct impact on your customers. Paper processing and manual data entry cause errors and repetition of tasks. In Europe, a study found that more than 70% of requests for accounts were based on paper and, of all of them, between 30 and 40 percent contained errors.
Controlling the entire life cycle
The key objective of a document digitization project in a bank is to house and manage all customer documents, controlling their life cycle and complying with the strict legal requirements, both external and internal, imposed by the different regulations of the financial market. The bank will benefit from more efficient access to all the documents it currently manages, mainly on paper.
The digitization technology must be widely used by banks since thousands of documents are processed daily, from voting credentials, deeds and contracts to authorizations and reports. Managing these documents involves heavy activities such as archiving, copying, entering and storing data, and access at the moment of requesting these documents can take from minutes to hours or days, depending on the document in question.
Scan and Share easily at any time. The extraordinary magic of seeing and sharing any file, including images, videos and PDF, TIFF or JPEG files on any device.
At BUSERDI we guarantee that scanning documents will help eliminate clutter and will give access to all the records and data that are currently stored in physical cabinets, shelves or boxes, which will increase productivity and have the information just a couple of clicks away.
Additionally, the digitization of all that paper can offer at least 8 benefits, which are listed below:
- Decrease in the physical storage costs of the documentation.
- Decrease in the use of paper and prints.
- Elimination of paper documents where conservation is not necessary.
- Preservation of long-term documents through backup copies.
- Standardization and rationalized ordering of documentation.
- Decentralization of information.
- Fast and secure access to information.
- Avoids loss of relevant documents.
At BUSERDI we offer solutions that complement the digitalization of documents, offering in these the following benefits in Banking and Insurance:
- Image Management Software.
- Faster data maintenance.
- Security and data protection.
- Electronic backup of all your files.
PROVISIONS OF GENERAL NATURE APPLICABLE TO THE CONTROLLING COMPANIES OF FINANCIAL GROUPS SUBJECT TO THE SUPERVISION OF THE NATIONAL BANKING AND SECURITIES COMMISSION
“Decree by which various provisions in financial matters are amended, added and repealed and the Law to Regulate Financial Groups is issued” in the Official Gazette of the Federation on January 2014, the faculty was granted to the National Banking and Securities Commission to issue general provisions that regulate the means and technical bases, through which the Controlling Companies of Financial Groups subject to supervision can microfilm or store all the books, records and documents in general that operate in their power related to the acts of said Controlling Companies, as well as their management and conservation.
Chapter III, Microfilming and digitization of documents related to the operations of the Controlling Companies.
Article 3.- The Controlling Companies must adhere to the technical bases established in this chapter for the Microfilming or Recording of books, records and documents related to their operations as well as those related to their accounting.