In the last 20 years, more and more customers have turned towards banking and finance networks thus influencing the way that banking data is managed. On the downside, financial scandals as well as cases of cybercrime and money laundering have become more frequent, too. As a consequence, the last years have seen a number of new directives or the amendment of existing ones that aim at facilitating tracking transactions. But what does this imply for the retention periods of recorded calls? What exactly happens with the data - from the call to the archive?
Large amounts of data from different channels accumulate in companies of every size everywhere every day. Analytics tools are helping to harvest valuable information from this data. By means of artificial intelligence, huge amounts of data can be assessed, and patterns and contexts identified a lot faster than human labor could. But what is the potential of artificial intelligence in analytics? Peter Schmitt, CTO at ASC, explains the advantages for contact centers, financial service providers, and public-safety organizations based on different usage scenarios.
There are many types of fraud - whether on the phone, via internet or using mobile devices. As technology advances, fraudulent techniques are becoming increasingly elaborate - fortunately at the same time solutions for fraud detection are also becoming faster and more precise. Darien Šobar, Vice President Business Development at ASC Technologies has some valuable insights on how to identify and prevent potential cases of fraud and compliance violations.
Swiss banks count among the most important in the world and enjoy an excellent reputation. And in Switzerland, too, the financial sector is one of the most heavily regulated sectors of the economy. As a result, the regulation of banking and the financial market by means of the secure recording and archiving of financial transactions by phone plays a major role.
Financial market directives have a major effect on financial service providers when it comes to recording and evaluating communication. In addition to the second financial market amendment regulation (MiFID II - Markets in Financial Instruments Directive), the recently amended Ordinance on Financial Investment Mediation (FinVermV) brings new obligations for so-called 34f agents. One of them is taping. 34f agents are facing the challenge of familiarizing themselves with recording (taping) consultation calls. However, a widespread opinion is that taping involves a lot of work and causes high archiving costs. We bring light into the dark and explain what the regulation actually means for the recording and storage of calls and how financial service providers can even profit from it.
The demands of financial service providers in the security and availability of cloud services are incredibly high. But yet, moving IT services to the cloud promises financial service providers more efficiency, too. Consequently, it does not come as a surprise, that the financial industry is venturing out into the cloud as well following a trend that other sectors have already taken to the next level.