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Top five ways Alert Center helps speed up investigations [infographic]

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Top five ways Alert Center helps speed up investigations

Getting the updates you need on the most important changes or developments that impact your organization can be a problem, and managing critical alerts about such developments is an increasingly important part of any investigator’s job. The inefficiencies with manual processes. Traditional manual methods for managing alerts have several significant problems. These methods are often: Time consuming Prone to errors Can limit administrative access capabilities Can result in duplicative work that wastes staff time  
What Alert Center can do 1. Avoid missing important information by having a timely alerting process 2. Investigate with efficiency by reducing manual searches on subjects you need to stay informed on 3. Reduce duplicative efforts across team members through the Collaboration and Review Status functionality 4. Fine-tune your focus by prioritizing your investigative efforts based on high-risk alerts with the ability to bring critical alerts to your administrators’ attention quickly 5. Gain a better understanding of your alert population with a holistic view of your alert lists  The new, innovative functionality of Alert Center can save you and your team time and resources, allowing you to focus your investigative efforts on what matters most. Thomson Reuters is not a consumer reporting agency and none of its services or the data contained therein constitute a ‘consumer report’ as such term is defined in the Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), 15 U.S.C. sec. 1681 et seq. The data provided to you may not be used as a factor in consumer debt collection decisioning, establishing a consumer’s eligibility for credit, insurance, employment, government benefits, or housing, or for any other purpose authorized under the FCRA. By accessing one of our services, you agree not to use the service or data for any purpose authorized under the FCRA or in relation to taking an adverse action relating to a consumer application.

 

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