Infogix to Present at the SSON Finance Transformation Summit 2011

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Infogix will be sponsoring and exhibiting at the SSON Finance Transformation Summit on September 20 – 22, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency Dallas. The Finance Transformation Summit will offer break out sessions with four tracks: Process Excellence A, Process Excellence B, Strategy & Operations, and Finance Executive Board.

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Infogix will be sponsoring and exhibiting at the SSON Finance Transformation Summit on September 20 – 22, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency Dallas. The Finance Transformation Summit will offer break out sessions with four tracks: Process Excellence A, Process Excellence B, Strategy & Operations, and Finance Executive Board.

Rachael Narel, Unit Leader at Infogix, and Deanna M. Keane, VP of Centralized Branch Operations and ERS Support at M&T Bank, will be presenting, “Successful Implementation of Automated Reconciliation Controls,” on September 21, 2011. The session will begin at 2:15 pm in the Frisco room.

Rachael Narel and Deanna Keane will discuss how optimizing financial reconciliation and meeting reporting objectives are critical in today’s banking environments. Attendees will learn more about the reconciliation trends and how M&T Bank has implemented automated controls and reconciliations in the Central Branch Operations area allowing them to significantly reduce risk, lower costs, increase operational efficiency, and improve resource productivity.

Discussion will include:

         •    Reconciliation Trends and Drivers
         •    M&T Bank Central Branch Operations Overview
         •    Business Challenge and Solution Implementation
         •    Results and lessons learned
         •    Expansion - Next Steps

Deanna M. Keane is a Vice President in Central Operations/Deposit Product Division of Manufacturers and Traders Trust Company (M&T Bank), headquartered in Buffalo, N.Y. She has 15 years of progressive management and process improvement experience specifically in account reconciliations and internal controls. Recently Deanna has led implementation initiatives to automate the Centralized Branch Operations and Item Processing Reconciliation units achieving cost reductions of 15-30% in both units. Deanna has held positions in Finance and Operations involved in the integration of all 14 major bank acquisitions completed by the company since 1996. She has implemented countless cost cutting measures and streamlined operational processes with bottom line value in excess of $2.5 million. Deanna successfully lead operational efforts during the bank’s outsourcing of Official Check Processing ultimately responsible to ensure appropriate reconciliation and control monitoring of third party vendor processing. Her leadership resulted in no disruptions or audit recommendations filed upon conclusion of this implementation.

Rachael Narel, CISA is the Company Unit Leader of Market Development at Infogix, a software company whose solutions monitors, detect and prevent information errors. Rachael joined Infogix in 1999. Rachael supports the unit focused on company and solution awareness, public and analyst relations, thought leadership, and customer events and education. Additionally she works closely with customers and team members for the Enterprise Reconciliation solution. She has over ten years of software industry experience that includes roles in product development, customer development, and marketing. Rachael earned a Bachelors of Science degree from Saint Xavier University and her Masters of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior from Benedictine University. She is also a Certified Information Systems Auditor and a Certified Technical Trainer.

About Infogix, Inc.
Many of the world’s largest enterprises depend on Infogix Controls to eliminate information errors. Infogix Controls are independent, automated and continuous. They can be deployed enterprise-wide across applications, platforms, and business processes. Infogix offers a powerful portfolio of software products and services (Infogix Controls Solutions) to monitor, detect, and prevent information errors. Since 1982, Infogix has been providing Infogix Controls Solutions to Global 2000 enterprises. Millions of Infogix Controls continuously monitor and assure the integrity of information in hundreds of enterprises each day. For more information, call +1.630.649.6800 (U.S, Canada, and International), or visit http://www.infogix.com today.

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