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EBook – 12 Lessons from One Trillion Screens

2019-January-09

When it comes to customer screening, organizations are always wondering “what does everyone else do?”.  Designing and optimising a customer due diligence program isn’t easy, so RDC is here to help. Based on our experience with more than 1,000 clients across more than 100 countries, we’ve assembled our Top 12 lessons learned.

In this eBook, we’ll share with you:

  1. Key steps to take in the planning phases
  2. Approaches for applying technology such as Ai
  3. How do balance Human vs. Technology
  4. How to take a risk-based approach
  5. … and many more!

 

 

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