can sometimes be hard to get to the information you actually need. Jobstream 9 now offers a unique, role-based approach that addresses this problem to increase user efficiency while ensuring your data is secure.
Immediate access to relevant, actionable information From senior executives and client accountants to compliance officers and
Get straight to the information you need By providing immediate access to the most relevant data, functions and reports, Jobstream 9 offers an efficient and uniquely personalised experience.
Quickly see which tasks need attention Task lists are filtered so users can quickly home in and take action on those jobs which are most important.
administrators, Jobstream 9 empowers
Keep data secure
users by delivering the information that is
Role and data-based permissions ensure
most relevant to their individual role.
Jobstream 9 keeps information secure
but with so much in your database it
Trust management is all about information,
Key Keyfeatures features Jobstream 9 is the global software ●platform ● Role-based interface at the heart of trust family ●companies, ● Actionable taskoffices, lists and similar offshore organisations. ●● Relevant data, functions and reports Its unique role-based approach ●provides ● Robust security access to immediate relevant actionable information. Role-based interface R Actionable task lists R R Relevant data, functions and reports
whilst allowing safe, controlled access from external applications.
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Published on May 20, 2011