White Paper: Kurt Salmon
Securities reference data management is evolving from a necessary and often ignored cost to support operations to a central and vital role within the organization. Reference data management (RDM) is an increasingly important process in financial institutions.
Securities reference data management is considered to be highly critical for the business of custodians.
Read this whitepaper to know the best practices for achieving your securities reference data management project is not to go for a revolution, but to evolve to the final model in a step by step approach.
Key takeaways from this whitepaper on “Securities Reference Data Management: A Trend towards Outsourcing?” are:
Challenges faced by financial institutions in terms of Reference Data Management
The alternative approaches for securities reference data management
Can securities reference data management be outsourced?
Positioning of reference data management services regarding outsourcing
Has the wholesale distribution segment of the supply chain become an unnecessary step in the sales process with the constant advances in marketing technology and the rapid growth of consumer self-service sales? Or has a new opportunity been created?Is the salesman dead or just evolving? Expanding to wholesale and retail distribution, makes it possible to verify the quality of products and processes and creating new operating methods, and simultaneously cut times to market and costs. Death of the Salesman:What does it cover? This whitepaper talks about the wholesale distribution system of the supply chain as a dispensable process or not. What's the cause of death for the B2B salesperson in the highly transactional world of wholesale and distribution? Are wholesalers/distributors doomed to be a thing of the past? Are wholesalers destined to be absorbed by their suppliers? How is it that the wholesale and retail distribution segment of the supply chain has become an antiquated business model in terms of client relationship management? How wholesale distributors can grow through a shift in their business models?
By: Ship Station
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