Broadridge Research Finds Back-Office Technology Ripe For Re-Engineering

Firms should sharpen business process efforts, according to survey report

Brad Hintz, adjunct professor of finance, New York University

Back-office technology has the potential to increase efficiency and reduce costs in the next five years, according to more than half of the respondents to a survey of 147 buy- and sell-side analysts conducted by Broadridge, the Institutional Investor Custom Research Group, capital markets experts and Brad Hintz, a finance professor at New York University.

The analysts who were surveyed generally favored cost reduction efforts, through balance-sheet management and restructuring. According to thei

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