The Case for Core Systems Replacement

McElhatton, Jerry
July 2003
Bank Technology News;Jul2003, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p45
Trade Publication
Examines the investment risks associated with the upgrading of core information technology systems for financial institutions. Infrastructure reinvestment; Customer-focused solutions. INSET: Finding Yourself in fa Hole? Stop Digging.


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