by DeeDee Kato, Senior Director
Many organizations are looking to go paperless and streamline workflows while making best use of current systems. So, consider what First American Bank was able to achieve when turning to PDF editor solution.as their
First American Bank is an Illinois-chartered, privately held, full-service bank with nearly 50 Chicago area locations. The company was searching for awhich enabled automation of business processes and enhanced organization of paperwork to reach the goal of being a .
Since the intent was to deploy this solution across all the units of the bank, it was necessary to standardize on a single, trusted provider that fulfilled the entire organization’s need, and had an easy licensing model.
It was critical for the First American bank to find athat included e client content management features, allowing staff to scan, view, convert, annotate, and organize their PDF documents at any time. In addition, it was important for the bank to ensure the protection of their information, therefore, the selected solution needed to have a robust security implementation. And, it was essential for the to perform well in Citrix environments.
“Ninety-nine percent of the users at the bank work with Citrix desktops,” said Dave Duchaj, Senior Vice President at First American Bank.
The IT team had already used Foxit Reader and its great performance within Citrix desktops caused them to consider Foxit a prime candidate for this project.
“We added Foxit PhantomPDF to our base installation and tried it out performing routine daily tasks. The solution worked really well for printing/converting a document into PDF and to organize and combine multiple PDF documents together,” said Duchaj. “Organizing PDF files was done in seconds just by dragging and dropping pages from the page panel.”
Foxit PhantomPDF was implemented on all Citrix servers covering all the bank’s units displacing several competitive products. Foxit is used for different purposes and tasks – for example, loan officers use it for creating electronic loan packets by scanning and converting them into PDF.
Other departments integrate document images into a PDF document, create compound PDF packages, and then securely email them to their customers. As a result, it was very easy for the bank’s staff to share information with their customers and for them to review their various bank issue documents.
Additionally, having a single PDF solution for the entire organization made it much easier to transition to a new product. The already familiar ribbon-based user interface of Foxit PhantomPDF sped up the learning curve of employees when using the new product. “The great customer service provided at Foxit made of this implementation less painful than it could otherwise have been. The support team has always been fantastic, friendly, fast, and very easy to work with,” said Duchaj.