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The Architecture of Stablecoins

In a recent speech and interview with the Institute of International Economic Law at Georgetown University, current Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael J. Hsu gave numerous remarks on the architecture of stablecoins. According to the Comptroller, the architecture for a stablecoin system can be viewed through the lens of three key policy issues: Stability […]

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When and by Whom Should TRACE Transactions Be Reported? (Part 4 of 6)

So far in our 6-part blog series explaining the intricacies of TRACE, we have defined TRACE reporting, detailed the prep work to be done in order to effectively report TRACE transactions, and reviewed considerations for alternative trading systems. Now, for part 4 of the series, we will delve into the details of when and by […]

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U.S. Regulations to Consider When Managing a Cryptocurrency Fund

This piece was written in collaboration with Chandni Patel, Director of Financial Services and member of Perficient’s Digital Assets Working Group. Our Digital Assets Team has blogged in the past about the regulatory landscape facing cryptocurrency from a banking perspective (OCC Provides Roadmap for National Banks and Savings Associations To Conduct Crypto Activities, NY Federal […]

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Veterinary Pharmaceutical Traditional Call Center Models: MOOve Over

According to market research, the global animal health market was valued at approximately $139 billion in 2020 and is predicted to grow to more than $190 billion by 2027. Even without its projected growth, animal health organizations, much like their human pharmaceutical counterparts, often do not have the adequate technology infrastructure to support or streamline […]

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Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) Explained

FHIR! FHIR! FHIR! FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) Specification is a standard published by HL7 for exchanging healthcare information electronically. And it’s a hot topic for payers and providers. As patients and members move around the healthcare ecosystem, their electronic health records must be available, discoverable, and understandable. Simply put, consumers expect this experience. Further, […]

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Deliver Fully Integrated Experiences in Healthcare

CMS interoperability rules generated quite the commotion in healthcare this past year.  But when you think about it, these mandates are pushing us closer toward the consumer-centric goals that healthcare organizations already aim to prioritize. Interoperability Mandates Mirror Business Needs Rules and Regulations. Regulations like the CMS Final Rule mandate that health care organizations make […]

How to control sensitive data on unmanaged devices with MCAS (Part 2 of 2)

Welcome back! Last time we talked about controlling file downloads of sensitive content by using a session policy in MCAS. This time we’ll take things a step further and show you how to restrict specific activities like cut/copy, paste, and printing! If you are joining us for the first time, I encourage you to check […]

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How to control sensitive data on unmanaged devices with MCAS (Part 1 of 2)

In this day and age, protecting your organization’s sensitive data has started to become exceedingly difficult. Where remote work has become the new norm, you will likely see many end-users using their own unmanaged devices to access corporate information. With this comes the risk of unmanaged devices sending/sharing sensitive information without the ability to control […]

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Cycle Counts: How to inspire and make it work for growing businesses

Cycle Counting is an organized division of a warehouse into manageable chunks. Regular counts are required for each “chunk.”  These “chunks” can be a range of items and/or warehouse locations. To inspire an optimal use of Cycle Counts, you must employ several strategies. We will explore opportunistic and scheduled counts. We will also go into […]

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Federal Reserve Releases 2021 CCAR Testing Scenarios

Last Friday, February 12, while many bankers were preparing for a long 3-day weekend or perhaps making preparations for Valentine’s Day celebrations, the Federal Reserve Board released the hypothetical scenarios for its 2021 bank stress tests.  In 2020, the Federal Reserve found that large banks were generally well-capitalized under a range of hypothetical events. The […]

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Six Ways to Protect Yourself and Your Family on Data Privacy Day

This article was co-written by Iman Watson, senior solutions architect, and Kailey Hughes, lead development representative. As we mostly are working remotely these days, securing your space when you’re not in the safeguards of the office walls are critical. Perficient places a high value on data security and has several processes and tools in place […]

New EU Ruling on Data Transfer Has Privacy Implications

The verge reports on a new ruling from the EU that will change how or even if personal data from Europe can enter the United States.  As we know, there are very specific rules set forth in GDPR on how data is handled and what can and cannot be shared. In addition, GDPR mandates security […]

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