Making a Business Case For Fraud-Prevention Technology

Making a Business Case For Fraud-Prevention Technology

Building a business case to justify fraud-prevention technology investments is, unfortunately, not as straightforward as one might expect. The impact of online fraud on a financial institution is multifaceted and complex. Fraud incidents and fraud-prevention efforts affect many aspects of the bank's services and customer interactions. A realistic, robust business case should consider a broad array of components, beyond fraud loss reduction and fraud management operating costs.

Download this white paper to explore:

  • Fraud loss avoidance;
  • Fraud management costs;
  • Compliance and legal costs;
  • Customer impact.



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