Deutsche Börse Group | Document digitization

Clearstream is an International Central Securities Depository (ICSD), part of the Deutsche Börse Group, based in Luxembourg. The company provides post-trade infrastructure for the Eurobond market and securities dealer services for the international market and 58 domestic markets worldwide, with customers in 110 countries. Clearstream’s customers are approximately 2,500 financial institutions in more than 110 countries. Its services include the issuance, settlement and custody of securities, as well as services for investment funds and global securities financing. Clearstream manages assets worth nearly 11 trillion, making it one of the world’s largest securities settlement and management firms, both domestic and international. More info:
„The Clearstream headquarters in Prague processes documents for all our European and non-European branches. I am happy to have found a reliable partner who has long met our high demands for secure processing, flexibility and technical sophistication.“ Peter Hollovic, General Manager Clearstream Operations Prague s.r.o.


The ever-increasing volume of the business agenda required a solution that would ensure timely, efficient and, above all, reliable document processing.


As part of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), we provide comprehensive document digitization services for all of Clearstream’s European and non-European sales departments. The solution provided includes high-performance Kodak Alaris scanning technology and a team of skilled operators to process one to several thousand documents per day. The processing is done in-house at Clearstream’s offices in compliance with all strict internal security rules.


All Deutsche Börse Group branches use a unified solution for document digitization and archiving. Since February 2020, we have been processing HR documentation in the form of non-scanned archiving and scanning and archiving CLS invoices.

We are currently collaborating on a Paperless Office project.

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