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Sarah Flynn

Accomplished product manager, management consultant, and marketing professional in the software as a service (SaaS) space. Over a decade of experience nurturing relationships, organic account growth, and supervising the implementation of enterprise wide solutions at global asset management firms.
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An American’s Thoughts on Brexit

Jun 30, 2016 6:00:00 AM / by Sarah Flynn

Topics: Brexit

As an American working state-side for a London-based company, I’ve been following Brexit with great interest. There are several parallels between the E.U. referendum and the issues we face in the U.S. during this Presidential election year. The economic, social, and political ramifications are long-term and deeply impactful.

However, in light of recent domestic events, the U.S. news cycle last week gave little space the updates from abroad. We have had a full plate here lately. And, quite frankly, the magnitude of Brexit was a bit too complicated to comprehend in our already roiling national psyche. So, the media minimized the updates from Britain to feel good fluff pieces. The major headline last Thursday was: “Wills Knocks Kate’s Cooking.” Fair enough. Perhaps it was the media’s way of realizing that was literally all of the additional bad news we could digest.

That was, until Friday.

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A Spectre of Fun in Investment Fund Document Automation

Nov 5, 2015 5:30:00 AM / by Sarah Flynn

Topics: Fund Document Automation, Streamline Fund Documentation Creation

The new James Bond film – Spectre – opens tomorrow. I’m ecstatic. Not only does the film’s namesake evil corporation sound like our company’s name (which is where our similarities end), I have been a fan of the Bond series my whole life. Bond is action. Bond is worldly. And most importantly to me, Bond has the coolest technology on the planet. Yes, most of his gadgets are escapist Hollywood fantasies. Who cares? His stuff is awesome.

There is no way I can possibly compare investment document management automation to any Bond toy that has graced the silver screen, but it has gotten me thinking about something else – how excited I get when new technology is developed that makes my process easier.

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