Financial Objects’ genisys Document Manager has been chosen by PSigma Investments to provide a method of managing all of the documents and files associated with its clients. The system allows PSigma to apply the same system to two distinct business operations within its organisation, while providing utmost flexibility in the ways these business operations scan and index documents and share them across the organisation. The solution has built-in rules that will determine the documents sets available to business operation users and the ways that they can use these documents. The audit features within genisys will report upon document access and will allow PSigma to prove regulatory compliance.
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