HomeStreet (HMST) of Seattle has converted to Hyland Software's enterprise content management product OnBase.
OnBase will help the $2.4 billion-asset bank to electronically manage documents. This means that the bank will be able to keep a record of who made specific changes and then archive those documents, Hyland said Tuesday.
"The ability to electronically manage documents and provide a clean audit trail is significant for us," Mark Gregory, chief information officer at HomeStreet, said in a news release. "Document management and efficiency is vital, and OnBase will make our processes easier."