The agile approach to developing software—and managing work in general—is your passport to success in the application economy. Agile promises a range of benefits: faster time to market, increased productivity, fewer defects, cost savings and better employee engagement.
One of the largest retail banks in the U.S. sought to improve customer satisfaction
in the call center by eliminating time-consuming processes. Limited by a nonspeech-
enabled IVR, the bank was constrained to outdated authentication
options, such as PIN numbers and knowledge-based authentication (KBA)
questions. Long enrollment processes and authentication challenges were
driving call handle times up, causing significant customer frustration. The bank
turned to Pindrop for help.
Using Pindrop’s multi-factor authentication solutions, the bank confidently
moved authentication away from costly agent-based KBA questions to passively
authenticating callers within the IVR. This not only reduced call handle times but
also improved customer account protection, by assessing every caller for risk
before enrollment and authentication.
Published By: TheLadders
Published Date: Apr 14, 2011
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The identity federation market enjoys an exceptional supply of products. With well over a dozen products available to enterprise customers, most architects have more choices than time will allow for evaluation. This abundance of products is partly the result of the inherent difficulty of developing a truly multipurpose federation server. Although federation products are similar in name, each has its own personality and idiosyncrasies that make it suitable for certain environments but insufficient in others.
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The fax market is changing significantly though not in the way predicted by many. Far from an inevitable decline brought about by the emergence of e-mail, the demand for fax, particularly from larger companies, is actually growing. The way that fax is managed within the business is also undergoing a significant period of transition.
The introduction of e-mail and its exponential expansion into every aspect of business life presented a significant challenge to the fax industry and for some observers it was a foregone conclusion that fax was destined for a rapid demise. It is interesting to note, therefore, that fax has actually continued on a steady growth path that is predicted to continue well into the future.
There is little doubt that Multi Function Peripherals (MFP) offer businesses of all sizes significant benefits: they combine printing, scanning, copying and fax functions in one machine and deliver considerable cost and space savings. They also address some very important business process, management and legal issues faced by virtually every business. Within this discussion document we concentrate on the fax element and look specifically at the integration of MFPs with network fax run through a fax server such as Lane’s Passport Fax Server.