Citizens Adopts INEA's Financial Forecasting Tool

Adams, John
October 2003
Bank Technology News;Oct2003, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p53
Trade Publication
Reports on the move made by Michigan-based Citizens Banking Corporation to hire the services of INEA Corp. to provide Citizens with a performance management product that offers a single platform for budgeting, forecasting and financial reporting across the financial services industry. Benefits offered by the product; Additional features of the product; List of INEA clients; Commitment of the company to provide a technology tailored to the needs of the financial institutions


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