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 Anne Rawland Gabriel

Profile of Anne Rawland Gabriel

Technology writer and marketing communications consultant
Member Since: 5/8/2014
Blog Posts: 51
Posts: 19

Anne Rawland Gabriel is a technology writer and marketing communications consultant based in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area. Among other projects, she's a regular contributor to UBM Tech's Bank Systems & Technology, Insurance & Technology and Wall Street & Technology print and online brands.

Articles by Anne Rawland Gabriel

Manage Data to Meet Compliance Demands

With no end to the data and information glut in sight, firms are seeking better ways to aggregate, analyze, and manage data to satisfy compliance and competitive demands.

BNY Mellon Takes BPM To Higher Level

Not long ago adopting business process management technology was a leading-edge pursuit. Now, organizations like BNY Mellon Wealth Management are going beyond early initiatives to streamline operations further.

UBS Taps Oliver Bussmann To Go Social

Dubbed the "Most Social" CIO, Oliver Bussmann is transforming UBS into a more collaborative and innovative organization in his new role as global CIO.

Firms Adopt New Tools to Aggregate Reports

To meet client demand for transparency and minimize risk, asset and wealth managers are dumping unweildy spreadsheets for technology that streamlines and automates report aggregation, including cloud-based, best-of-breed and in-house solutions.

Attack of the Botnets

The emergence of botnets and other off-the-shelf cyber-crime tools has transformed hacking into a point-and-click process.

Closing the On-Boarding Gap

With the financial industry still grappling to restore trust, Raymond James is reducing on-boarding delays to generate efficiencies and goodwill right out of the gate.

IP Telephony Comes of Age on the Trading Floor

With quality and overhead concerns a thing of the past, Wall Street firms are building out their Internet Protocol infrastructures to leverage new capabilities enabled by the convergence of voice and data.

Merrill Lynch Navigates the New Relationship-Centric Paradigm

With investors decidedly shifting away from products and toward relationships, Merrill Lynch and other financial firms are adopting new types of real-time predictive analytics solutions to help them build stronger ties with clients.

Raymond James Launches Into SOA

What started as a relaunch of its outdated Investor Access client Web portal morphed into the transformative adoption of service-oriented architecture at Raymond James Financial Services.

3-D Portfolio Modeling Provides New Clarity

As portfolio managers rethink risk management post-crisis, some are embracing three-dimensional portfolio modeling technology to improve diversification, reduce risk and appeal to investors.

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