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  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    The Forecasting of 3G Market in India Based on Revised Technology Acceptance Model

    3G, processor of 2G services, is a family of standards for mobile telecommunications defined by the International Telecommunication Union. 3G services include wide-area wireless voice telephone, video calls, and wireless data, all in a mobile environment. It allows simultaneous use of speech and data services and higher data rates.3G is...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Beam Global's Successful Travel Card Program Sees Further Improvement With Corporate Card And Expense Management Integration

    Beam Global Spirits & Wine, Inc. is one of the world's largest premium spirits companies and the largest U.S.-based spirits company. The company sought to improve program compliance and shift responsibility for expense reconciliation to their cardholders and managers, while streamlining and improving their expense-reporting system. Beam Global's shared services...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Oct 2009

    Hewlett-Packard Achieves New Efficiencies With Consolidated Payment Processes In Asia

    Hewlett-Packard Company (HP), the world's largest technology company, provides printing and personal computing products and IT services, software and solutions that simplify the technology experience for consumers and businesses. With revenues reaching above US $100 billion, HP was seeking a way to centralize its payment transaction processing across various regions...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Oct 2009

    Embryon Drastically Improves Financial Operating Efficiency With J.P. Morgan's Single-Use Accounts

    Embryon an independently owned company has created proprietary platforms to streamline its products and services, most notably its Speakers Bureau offering. Embryon has complete financial responsibility over the Speakers Bureau programs for the majority of its clients. We needed a system that would eliminate our data-entry efforts. Their partnership with...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Financing For New York Area Early Learning Center

    The greater New York chapter of a national volunteer organization approached Chase in 2005 for assistance in upgrading local special-needs education facilities. The organization relies on public funding and contributions to assist children with learning disabilities at two modest schools located several miles apart. Chase public sector specialists and the...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Asset Servicing - Enhancing Operational Efficiencies And Assisting In Maximizing Investment Return

    Pepperdine University sought to partner with an asset servicing provider that could help them maximize their investment returns and enhance operational efficiencies. Specifically they required a full service administration and reporting provider to assist in the monitoring of their alternative asset investments. J.P. Morgan Investor Services provides a fully outsourced...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Chase Supports Chicago's Children's Memorial Hospital

    The hospital seeks to address capacity and facility constraints. The current facility lacked sufficient beds - creating the potential for critically ill children to be turned away. Children's Memorial is constructing a new state-of-the-art building located in Chicago's downtown Streeterville neighborhood at an estimated cost of $915 million. The groundbreaking...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Chase's Financing Capabilities Promote The Economic Growth Of Indiana

    The Indiana Finance Authority (IFA) is the primary financing vehicle for the state of Indiana. The IFA formulated a financing plan to replace its ARS with liquidity-backed variable rate demand bonds (VRDB's) at significantly lower rates. The plan required a $625 million liquidity line of credit in the form of...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    ServiceMaster Optimizes Payments And Exterminates Inefficiency With Single-Use Accounts

    ServiceMaster's Terminix business implemented a branch purchasing card program as an alternative to paying its subcontractors by check. An internal audit revealed concerns regarding control and risk that led the company back to checks as the preferred method for these payments. The change lowered the company's purchasing card spend, and...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Integration With Your Financial Institution: Partnership At Work

    Understanding the complex information and payment flows within their organization is a crucial aspect for CFOs and treasurers looking to lower costs while effectively managing liquidity. Unfortunately, the treasury environments of most companies make accomplishing these tasks increasingly difficult. Treasury, in general, is a complex hub of information derived from...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    End-To-End Supply Chain Automation Sets Its Sights On Payables Processing

    Companies pursuing supply-chain integration have long focused on automating accounts receivable processing. Now JPMorgan Order-to-Pay extends the benefits of end-to-end automation to the accounts payable process. Buyers can electronically: deliver purchase orders; receive, validate and approve invoices; make payments; and enable suppliers to monitor invoice status - all through a...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Future Of Receivables Management: A Client-Driven Model

    Companies view receivables management as an area of tremendous challenge and opportunity. Historically, solutions like lockbox have improved funds availability and enhanced working capital efficiency. But have they gone far enough? Nowadays, treasurers seek a new plateau from which to strategically manage the entire receivables process for improved financial performance....

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Trading Up: Are You Getting The Best The Industry Has To Offer?

    As they do more import/export business internationally, many U.S.-based companies are looking hard for integrated solutions that address a broad spectrum of needs and desires, from cash management and compliance to traditional trade finance and logistics. Chances are, this description fits your own organization. As you do more business across...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Convergence Of Paper And Electronic: A Changing Payments Landscape

    For businesses of every size and industry, emerging check-electronification solutions can dramatically impact cash management. The key benefits include accelerated funds availability, increased efficiency and a streamlined deposit process, and reduced costs associated with paper-based processes, including the elimination of the physical transportation of checks. Many companies also benefit from...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Disaster Recovery Preparedness: The New Imperative

    The future of disaster preparedness is one of enhanced collaboration among financial institutions and more active participation by clients in understanding and testing contingency plans with banking providers. Financial institutions and companies alike are enhancing their flexibility for dealing with a broader range of potential scenarios. Banks are taking the...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Wake-Up Call: Hurricanes Prompt Financial Community To Re-Think Business Continuity

    Treasury should be involved right from the very beginning. The treasury group is responsible for mission-critical systems that really are the lifeblood of any company. A large part of their responsibility is to maintain liquidity for a company, as well as all of the funding mechanisms. For contingency planning, it's...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Converting Paper Checks To Electronic Payments: What You Need To Know

    With check conversion, billing companies often receive payment within a day, reducing check float, which cuts down on the occurrence of check fraud. Also, the automated clearing of electronic payments greatly reduces the incidence of errors by eliminating the need to have checks pass through many hands as they are...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The European Banking Landscape: Tackling The Obstacles For Change

    For most banks, business is about looking after other peoples' money. Loans and deposits books usually dominate the balance sheet. Earnings are often driven primarily by interest rates as many banks pay very little or no interest on deposits. As interest rates in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific have...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Global Provider: Do All Banks Live Up To The Label?

    Everything these days is 'Global' - global business, global communications, global entertainment, global news. It is perhaps the most exhausted adjective in the English language, tacked on to virtually any word to make it that much more trail-blazing, innovative or powerful. This is particularly true in the world of financial...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Crisis Management Versus Risk Management

    Financial risk is not just providing financing to a customer; the potential for fines, duties or legal action or dependency on one customer for a substantial portion of sales are additional examples. Operational and reputational risks can also have financial impacts. Clearly, greater financial risk requires better risk management and...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    As China Rises, So Do Trade Flows

    An understanding of the dynamics underlying China's commercial trade flows provides insight into the economic transformation underway in China today. China has emerged as a trade giant for imports and exports, and the two are closely interconnected. On the export side, China has long claimed success as the world's factory...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Consolidate Purchasing To Reduce Costs

    Higher educational institutions of all sizes are being asked to do more with less. With enrollments skyrocketing, state schools are fighting the impact of state budget gaps, while private institutions face shrinking endowments. The result is staff reductions and hiring freezes that must be offset with increased efficiency. As boards...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Auditing And Compliance Strategies For A Solid Purchasing Card Program

    In today's highly regulated environment where the main focus is on compliance and auditing controls, a purchasing card program provides the foundation and visibility tools to better manage corporate spending. By following the best practices and innovative strategies shared in this paper, corporations are better positioned to launch an effective...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Financing For New York Area Early Learning Center

    The greater New York chapter of a national volunteer organization approached Chase in 2005 for assistance in upgrading local special-needs education facilities. The organization relies on public funding and contributions to assist children with learning disabilities at two modest schools located several miles apart. Chase public sector specialists and the...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Asset Servicing - Enhancing Operational Efficiencies And Assisting In Maximizing Investment Return

    Pepperdine University sought to partner with an asset servicing provider that could help them maximize their investment returns and enhance operational efficiencies. Specifically they required a full service administration and reporting provider to assist in the monitoring of their alternative asset investments. J.P. Morgan Investor Services provides a fully outsourced...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Beam Global's Successful Travel Card Program Sees Further Improvement With Corporate Card And Expense Management Integration

    Beam Global Spirits & Wine, Inc. is one of the world's largest premium spirits companies and the largest U.S.-based spirits company. The company sought to improve program compliance and shift responsibility for expense reconciliation to their cardholders and managers, while streamlining and improving their expense-reporting system. Beam Global's shared services...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Oct 2009

    Hewlett-Packard Achieves New Efficiencies With Consolidated Payment Processes In Asia

    Hewlett-Packard Company (HP), the world's largest technology company, provides printing and personal computing products and IT services, software and solutions that simplify the technology experience for consumers and businesses. With revenues reaching above US $100 billion, HP was seeking a way to centralize its payment transaction processing across various regions...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Oct 2009

    Embryon Drastically Improves Financial Operating Efficiency With J.P. Morgan's Single-Use Accounts

    Embryon an independently owned company has created proprietary platforms to streamline its products and services, most notably its Speakers Bureau offering. Embryon has complete financial responsibility over the Speakers Bureau programs for the majority of its clients. We needed a system that would eliminate our data-entry efforts. Their partnership with...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    ServiceMaster Optimizes Payments And Exterminates Inefficiency With Single-Use Accounts

    ServiceMaster's Terminix business implemented a branch purchasing card program as an alternative to paying its subcontractors by check. An internal audit revealed concerns regarding control and risk that led the company back to checks as the preferred method for these payments. The change lowered the company's purchasing card spend, and...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    The Forecasting of 3G Market in India Based on Revised Technology Acceptance Model

    3G, processor of 2G services, is a family of standards for mobile telecommunications defined by the International Telecommunication Union. 3G services include wide-area wireless voice telephone, video calls, and wireless data, all in a mobile environment. It allows simultaneous use of speech and data services and higher data rates.3G is...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Integration With Your Financial Institution: Partnership At Work

    Understanding the complex information and payment flows within their organization is a crucial aspect for CFOs and treasurers looking to lower costs while effectively managing liquidity. Unfortunately, the treasury environments of most companies make accomplishing these tasks increasingly difficult. Treasury, in general, is a complex hub of information derived from...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    End-To-End Supply Chain Automation Sets Its Sights On Payables Processing

    Companies pursuing supply-chain integration have long focused on automating accounts receivable processing. Now JPMorgan Order-to-Pay extends the benefits of end-to-end automation to the accounts payable process. Buyers can electronically: deliver purchase orders; receive, validate and approve invoices; make payments; and enable suppliers to monitor invoice status - all through a...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Future Of Receivables Management: A Client-Driven Model

    Companies view receivables management as an area of tremendous challenge and opportunity. Historically, solutions like lockbox have improved funds availability and enhanced working capital efficiency. But have they gone far enough? Nowadays, treasurers seek a new plateau from which to strategically manage the entire receivables process for improved financial performance....

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Trading Up: Are You Getting The Best The Industry Has To Offer?

    As they do more import/export business internationally, many U.S.-based companies are looking hard for integrated solutions that address a broad spectrum of needs and desires, from cash management and compliance to traditional trade finance and logistics. Chances are, this description fits your own organization. As you do more business across...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Convergence Of Paper And Electronic: A Changing Payments Landscape

    For businesses of every size and industry, emerging check-electronification solutions can dramatically impact cash management. The key benefits include accelerated funds availability, increased efficiency and a streamlined deposit process, and reduced costs associated with paper-based processes, including the elimination of the physical transportation of checks. Many companies also benefit from...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Disaster Recovery Preparedness: The New Imperative

    The future of disaster preparedness is one of enhanced collaboration among financial institutions and more active participation by clients in understanding and testing contingency plans with banking providers. Financial institutions and companies alike are enhancing their flexibility for dealing with a broader range of potential scenarios. Banks are taking the...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Wake-Up Call: Hurricanes Prompt Financial Community To Re-Think Business Continuity

    Treasury should be involved right from the very beginning. The treasury group is responsible for mission-critical systems that really are the lifeblood of any company. A large part of their responsibility is to maintain liquidity for a company, as well as all of the funding mechanisms. For contingency planning, it's...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Converting Paper Checks To Electronic Payments: What You Need To Know

    With check conversion, billing companies often receive payment within a day, reducing check float, which cuts down on the occurrence of check fraud. Also, the automated clearing of electronic payments greatly reduces the incidence of errors by eliminating the need to have checks pass through many hands as they are...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The European Banking Landscape: Tackling The Obstacles For Change

    For most banks, business is about looking after other peoples' money. Loans and deposits books usually dominate the balance sheet. Earnings are often driven primarily by interest rates as many banks pay very little or no interest on deposits. As interest rates in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific have...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Global Provider: Do All Banks Live Up To The Label?

    Everything these days is 'Global' - global business, global communications, global entertainment, global news. It is perhaps the most exhausted adjective in the English language, tacked on to virtually any word to make it that much more trail-blazing, innovative or powerful. This is particularly true in the world of financial...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Crisis Management Versus Risk Management

    Financial risk is not just providing financing to a customer; the potential for fines, duties or legal action or dependency on one customer for a substantial portion of sales are additional examples. Operational and reputational risks can also have financial impacts. Clearly, greater financial risk requires better risk management and...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    As China Rises, So Do Trade Flows

    An understanding of the dynamics underlying China's commercial trade flows provides insight into the economic transformation underway in China today. China has emerged as a trade giant for imports and exports, and the two are closely interconnected. On the export side, China has long claimed success as the world's factory...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Consolidate Purchasing To Reduce Costs

    Higher educational institutions of all sizes are being asked to do more with less. With enrollments skyrocketing, state schools are fighting the impact of state budget gaps, while private institutions face shrinking endowments. The result is staff reductions and hiring freezes that must be offset with increased efficiency. As boards...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Auditing And Compliance Strategies For A Solid Purchasing Card Program

    In today's highly regulated environment where the main focus is on compliance and auditing controls, a purchasing card program provides the foundation and visibility tools to better manage corporate spending. By following the best practices and innovative strategies shared in this paper, corporations are better positioned to launch an effective...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Chase Supports Chicago's Children's Memorial Hospital

    The hospital seeks to address capacity and facility constraints. The current facility lacked sufficient beds - creating the potential for critically ill children to be turned away. Children's Memorial is constructing a new state-of-the-art building located in Chicago's downtown Streeterville neighborhood at an estimated cost of $915 million. The groundbreaking...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Chase's Financing Capabilities Promote The Economic Growth Of Indiana

    The Indiana Finance Authority (IFA) is the primary financing vehicle for the state of Indiana. The IFA formulated a financing plan to replace its ARS with liquidity-backed variable rate demand bonds (VRDB's) at significantly lower rates. The plan required a $625 million liquidity line of credit in the form of...

    Provided By JPMorgan Chase