Burlington, MA (PRWEB) September 14, 2010
Nexaweb Technologies announced today that it will host a webinar on The Evolving SME Client Service Imperative, featuring Matthew Clay, Senior Research Analyst for IDC Financial Insights in EMEA, and Bart Res, Managing Director of Nexaweb Europe. This event will be held on Wednesday, September 22, 2010 at 10:00 am EDT -- click here to register.
During his presentation, Clay will examine the fundamental challenges banking institutions face in servicing the growing small-to-medium-size enterprise (SME) sector, and discuss several of the cutting edge practices that can differentiate the leaders in this space, including:
- Why the SME sector has become so critical for banking institutions
- What customer centricity means in the SME sector and how banks can define a single customer view
- The SME demand for online service provision and the shift to portal environments
Differentiating service provision in treasury products: Electronic Trading Tools
- Next-generation service capability
Following Clay, Res will provide an overview of Nexaweb FX Accelerator, a set of pre-built software modules that deliver rich foreign exchange/money market (FX/MM) services over the web. Leading financial organizations such as Rabobank are deploying FX Accelerator to extend the market reach their professional-class trading services to SME customers.
The event will conclude with live Q&A. Click here to register.
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