Webinar: Streamlining manual processes amid COVID-19
Join Foxit’s free webinar on digitising paperwork during the coronavirus crisis and the challenges faced when working remotely. From scanning documents, using OCR to make it text scannable and searchable, to the issues people face when relying on paper located in the office.
The efficiency of any operations department within financial services depends on workflow. Saving employees time and making the team more efficient through automation will enable a company to do more with less stress or frustration, especially when working remotely during the coronavirus crisis.
Efficiency leads to bigger bottom-line profits. To streamline work processes and improve workflow, a business has to assess the entire operation from top to bottom. Financial institutions have to evaluate the use of paper in the office, including how forms are used, processed and archived.
The financial services industry has to look for areas of improvement that move towards digitising manual processes and eliminating physical paperwork from order forms, onboarding documents and agreements.
VP of Corporate Marketing
DeeDee is responsible for leading Foxit’s Industry Solutions. She has over 20 years of experience in product management and product marketing working at HP, TIBCO, Fujitsu, Synactive (SAP Partner), and Accellion to create and market software products for commercial businesses and Government agencies. DeeDee has a Computer Science degree from the University of California, Berkeley.
Group Head of Legal for Technology & Legal Transformation
Gloria Sánchez is the Group Head of Legal for Technology & Legal Transformation of Banco Santander. Her team is in charge of the legal advice to the technology and costs areas, plus the innovation and strategy for legal.
Before joining Santander, she started her career at Clifford Chance.
She is adjunct professor at IE Law School, and visiting lecturer at different universities: Bucerius Law School (Hamburg) and ESADE (Barcelona), Universidad Complutense and The Valley Digital School. Previously, she has been professor of corporate law at Carlos III University in Madrid.
CEO and founder
Lil Roberts is the chief operating officer (CEO) and founder of Xendoo, a Florida-based fintech company offering online accounting and bookkeeping solutions, along with data-driven insights to small business owners. Lil prides herself on building customer-centric companies that are built on teamwork, technology and integrity. A serial entrepreneur with a passion for small business, she is known as an innovator with an enviable ability to foresee market trends.
Sharon Kits Kimathi is the Editor of Fintech Futures and Banking Technology since May 2019, having been Deputy Editor at the International Financial Law Review (IFLR) and a capital markets Reporter at mtn-i and Global Capital. Prior to her career in journalism, she worked as a Legal & Compliance Analyst at Goldman Sachs, where she learnt the importance of efficient reconciliation software in real-time.