There’s a reason why most successful people agree that time is their most valuable asset: Once it’s gone, it’s gone forever. Unlike money, you can’t earn more time.
Here are five ways how I try to get time back during my workday:
In business in general we waste our time by doing what we have always done, the way we have always done it. Getting bogged down in manual processes that could be streamlined through innovation and technology.
Oftentimes for compliance, their responsibilities can become overwhelming, frustrating, and stressful because the workload for supervision is continually multiplying.
Today’s regulatory environment is one that supports innovation within the financial industry. Regulators encourage financial organizations to rely on technology to effectively and efficiently execute a compliance program. FINRA’s newly formed Office of Financial Innovation is an example of this.
For over a decade SiteQuest Compliance has been the partner of choice when it comes to internet supervision and website monitoring. Our automated applications on average cut our clients work load by 80%. Eliminating time-consuming manual processes, automating notifications and reports, and streamlining workflows.
How do you want to get back your time? Contact me today, and I will personally show you how our applications will work for you and your firm.
One of our clients stated: "The Eagle Eye application has been a force multiplier in my firm’s supervisory scheme. This simple tool has transformed my internet surveillance sweep process from a time-consuming, multi-day enterprise where I view the same search results over and over to a simple process that can be completed in a couple of hours."
About James Cella
James Cella is the President of a growing and innovative compliance technology provider called SiteQuest Compliance. James is a customer-centric individual and focuses on building and sustaining positive and lasting relationship with his clients and partners. James and his family are "super fans" of University of Utah Football and have attended nearly every home game since 2002. Go Utes!