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    A Bank Systems & Technology Webcast:

    Reduce Revenue Leakage and Gain Operational Efficiencies: The Benefits of Consolidating Billing Systems


    Date: Thursday, April 11, 2013
    Time: 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
    Duration: 60 minutes

    Competing in the financial services landscape is as complex as ever with players existing in an ever-changing environment with new pressures from regulations, customer expectations and margin compression. Firms deal with a broad set of product and service offerings that traditionally may have been handled in silos, but are now expected to be consistent in client experience, risk management and more. These changes are directly affecting the way firms look at their revenue management practices including pricing and billing. As the market continues to transform, there will be firms that respond appropriately and will be clear winners.

    Centralized pricing and billing systems are quickly becoming the standard for competitive Financial Services firms and when adopted, are increasing a firm's profitability by reducing revenue leakage and driving out cost through operational effeciency. In order to flourish, it is critical that banks look to plug revenue leakage, rein in costs and enhance the customer experience, while still supporting growing market share.

    At this free, one-hour Webcast, moderated by Bank Systems and Technology, an expert panel from Oracle and IBM will discuss how banks are benefiting from attaining a consolidated customer view along with expanded pricing, billing and collections capabilities by implementing Oracle Revenue Management and Billing. Discussion points include:

  • Overcoming the customer data aggregation issues caused by LOB and geographic silos
  • Supporting Relationship Based Pricing by being able to assign pricing and specific calculation methodologies at any level of a customer hierarchy
  • Building out client-centric operations and protect against revenue leakage throughout Prospecting, On Boarding, Transaction Processing, Billing and Recovery, Monitoring and Service Closure
  • Aggregating multiple back office systems that currently do pricing and billing
  • Speeding up the time to connect new products and services to their fee revenue generation potential

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