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Case Study for Splash Technology Holdings Inc

Challenges: The head of the Splash color server division, Kevin Macgillivray, who would later serve as CEO of Splash Technology, led the management team’s discussions with potential acquirers, seeking to balance the interests of Radius and the new company. “Radius wanted to obtain the best price…






Solutions: Splash Technology began building business infrastructure from the ground up. “Once the ink was dry on the transaction, we had to quickly build all the components of a successful company,” Macgillivray explained. “We had to set up bank accounts, lease a building, and design our own information technology structure. Most companies as large and profitable as ours take years to develop these functions…
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Case Study on Back Audit

The challenge: With both US and UK operations, Bank of New York had a history of negotiating separate local arrangements and had also experienced recent change within the organisation. Having spent in excess of £2 billion over 4 years, it needed to move towards a centralised processing environment and systems change.





The JBA solution: JBA conducted thorough data analysis to identify duplicate payments and invoice consolidation opportunities for Bank of New York. Its Accounts Payable Audit included the review of major contracts for overhead expenditure; the identification of over-payments and recoveries; and the implementation of future transaction assurance recommendations. Click here to read more…


Case Study on M-Banking in Rural India

The initiative is led by a private sector organization, A Little World (ALW) and its sister entity, a non‐profit organization, ZERO Micro-finance and Savings Support Foundation (ZMF). ALW and ZMF act as intermediaries between rural communities at one end,and mainstream financial institutions and the government at theother end. ALW offers a secure, low‐cost technology driven delivery platform for financial services through special mobile phones that store and help manage a vast amount of customer bank account data, authenticates account holders through photo and biometric identification and allows access to the bank accounts as the Point of Service terminals. The mobile phone is in essence a ‘bank in a box’ run by ZMF for the villagers in rural India. Click here to read more…

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