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Smarsh Ready to Comply
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Smarsh, Inc., the financial industrys most trusted managed service provider of innovative, high-performance and reliable email archiving and messaging compliance solutions, announces that the company is poised for explosive growth with innovative tools and capacity, meeting and exceeding all guidance relayed through FINRA Regulatory Notice 07-59. Through consistent involvement in the financial industry, the service provider has anticipated regulatory direction and properly prepared with expansion of infrastructure and product development.
Smarshs Compliance Web Tool, featuring the automated supervisory agent, Virtual Compliance Officer, has helped numbers of firms meet and exceed regulatory guidance. Noting Section D., Method of Review for Correspondence, the Lexicon-Based Reviews of Electronic Correspondence has historically been an issue for firms using other service providers due to false positives and the added workload it creates. Smarshs solution has helped thousands of firms cut down on time spent reviewing messages and helped to mitigate risk by focusing on the messages that should be more closely reviewed, versus advertising and non-business related emails.
Smarshs email compliance and messaging archiving solutions are able to easily assist firms in exceeding FINRAs Regulatory Notice 07-59, states Smarsh CEO Stephen Marsh. Anticipating the needs of the financial industry, we have always built our services to address the requirements and challenges they face. Feature development, storage capacity, response time, and system performance are just a few areas in which Smarsh has consistently improved since day one and continue to do so today.
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