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‘After 20 years, finance is less than 20% of the way to paperless’ – Chuck Cordray

'After 20 years, finance is less than 20% of the way to paperless' – Chuck Cordray. Photo by Andrey VP, Shutterstock.com
Written by Zack Miller

In the latest Tearsheet podcast, host Zack Miller talks to Chuck Cordray from Inlet about the often difficult road to going paperless.

One of the things that actually becomes more complicated as we increasingly move to digital is document management. I don’t know about you but as I opt out of paper statements, I’m finding it harder and harder to stay on top of my investment, banking, insurance and payment accounts. I even find myself printing things out again.

Today’s guest is Chuck Cordray, CEO of digital document distribution company Inlet, a joint venture between well-known brands in the finance industry, Broadridge and Pitney Bowes. We talk about Chuck’s transition from the media industry into finance, how the joint venture works, and really try to figure out where we are on the adoption curve for companies – and all of us – to go paperless, and what we need to really make it happen.

You can listen to more episodes of the Tearsheet Podcast, and other fintech shows, on the BankNXT podcast page. Enjoy!

– This Tearsheet podcast is reproduced with kind permission. Some minor changes may have been made to the text to reflect BankNXT style considerations, but the podcast itself is always unchanged. Listen to more here. Photo by Andrey VP, Shutterstock.com

About the author

Zack Miller

Zack Miller is founder of Tearsheet (formerly Tradestreaming), a vertical media company focused on the digital finance and fintech industries. Zack has worked with and consulted to many top venture-backed fintech companies, including Lending Club, Behalf, SigFig, OurCrowd and Seeking Alpha.

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