Wal-Banking Made Easy

Adams, John
April 2004
Bank Technology News;Apr2004, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p30
Trade Publication
Reports that National Commerce Financial is making it easy for employees to serve customers inside its branches and Wal-Mart locations. Implementation of eDesk, a VSoft product that allows employees to navigate customer-relationship systems with virtually no training; Boost to Wal-Mart's plans to infiltrate banking.


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