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MadWolf PAC brings valuable knowledge gained through years of experience in delivering innovative technology solutions for banks, credit unions, insurance companies and other financial services firms. Through its Business Intelligence practice, MadWolf PAC delivers a variety of proven financial industry solutions such as application development, application support, product customization and implementation (i.e. Dynamics), migration services (during mergers/acquisitions), major server and desktop software upgrades, business intelligence, cyber security, and IT help desk services.
Transform Financial Services Processes with Workflows
Posted on Tuesday, March 14, 2017By Richard Tesmer
Workflows makes it easy to automate common financial services processes so you can speed approvals, ensure compliance and manage accounts. Because you can quickly turn time-consuming, manual tasks into automated workflows, you’ll benefit from an immediate impact on productivity.
Workflows can solve some of the most common challenges faced by banks, credit unions and other financial servcies companies, including:
Financial services processes you can automate:
Download the Case Study for Financial Solutions Scenario.
With MadWolf PAC Solutions for Contruction, workers, from carpenters to site managers, access digital forms on their phones, so they’re never without the digital solution. Drop-down fields show only relevant information. That makes it fast and easy to report a hazard, order, or other relevant on site information. It also ensures consistentency across all project sites. Workflow directs the form to the appropriate managers for action. Managers and executives get real-time aggregated and trend data for analysis and decision making through intuitive dashboards, thanks to the integration with SharePoint On Premise or Office 365 and Power BI.
Thanks to workflow products like Nintex, construction clients can spot trends faster with realtime information from across the country being logged and analyzed quicker than normal paper based systems, so they can send their people home safely at the end of the day.
Build a Safer Workplace with Workflows
Posted on Wednesday, March 15, 2017By Richard Tesmer
New Zealand’s Naylor Love Construction has a great safety record—and it wants to keep it that way. That’s become more challenging as the company has become increasingly busy in recent years. More employees and more projects in more cities across the country all add to the potential for accidents.
Naylor Love tracks jobsite hazards to address them before they result in injury. As in most companies in its industry, it was too easy for busy construction workers to avoid filling out reporting forms that they had to obtain from a job office, bring to the hazard site to record the problem, then return to the office. Their failure to do so could increase the risk to co-workers—as well as the risk to Naylor Love and its clients, especially under new and more stringent government safety laws.
Read this Construction Case Study to see how the Nintex Workflow system helped Naylor Love and can help you in your business.
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MadWolf Technologies is so confident in our systems and processes that we now provide a “Best of Breed” service guarantee.
This unbeatable guarantee, on both new and renewed IT Managed Services contracts, offers:
MadWolf Technologies is rebranding the Professional Services team to better focus the services offered by this team: Process Automation Consulting (PAC) Team.
At our Lunch & Learn Seminar on October 5th, 2017, we will present: THE MADWOLF SECURITY RUBRIC
MadWolf Technologies now combines our Security Rubric with our MSP Offerings. Services are recurring over the engagement and use a combination of third-party tools and proprietary MadWolf processes.
At this Lunch & Learn event, we are going to talk about our SECURITY RUBRIC (Trademarked) and with emphasis on: EndPoint Protection, PLUS + CRISIS STRATEGY AND COMMUNICATION
Every day brings new headlines of cyber-security breaches.
Every organization -- whatever the mission, whatever the size -- is vulnerable.
Simply put, it’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when.