Getin Noble Bank expands its agreement with ArchiDoc
Getin Noble Bank has increased the scope of cooperation with ArchiDoc – a leader in the field of document management and back-office process outsourcing, lasting since 2010.
Getin Noble Bank has increased the scope of cooperation with ArchiDoc – a leader in the field of document management and back-office process outsourcing, lasting since 2010. The previous agreement has been expanded by installment documentation handling as well as handling of framework agreements of the Internet Banking Service Department.
ArchiDoc from OEX Group will take over 1200 boxes of archival and current documentation from the Internet Banking Service Department. The documents of Getin Noble Bank will be registered in the author’s application of ArchiDoc – INDO, will be scanned and then will be made available to authorized employees of the bank in electronic or paper form. The originals will be stored in a safe warehouse of ArchiDoc, located in Młochów near Warsaw.
‘We have been benefiting from assistance of ArchiDoc in the field of back-office service of the current and archival credit documentation for over two years. We have decided to expand our cooperation not only due to high standard of the rendered services and security guarantee for the entrusted data but also due to financial stability and flexibility of ArchiDoc in relation to the evolving needs of our bank. For us – a financial institution – the abovementioned issues are extremely important’ – said Anna Pajor, the Archive Manager in Getin Noble Bank.
The agreement concluded between ArchiDoc and Getin Noble Bank in 2010 covers management of the process of credit documentation processing, including: scanning, data registration in the IT systems (data entry), remote provision of electronic images and archiving the originals of the documents. During the first 3 months of cooperation – commenced in 2010 – ArchiDoc took over and entered to the electronic repository over 23 thousand of credit folders, which consisted of almost 5.5 million of document pages. Within ordinary service of the bank, the company produces over 700 thousands of scans per month. Currently, almost 26 million pages of bank’s documentation are stored in electronic repositories of ArchiDoc.
The scope of contract realized to the benefit of the bank has increased already twice since 2010 and the companies plan further extension of the cooperation by handling of further categories of credit documentation.