A CHECKLIST What Community Bankers Should Do Now

Audrain, Susan Connor
May 2004
Bank Technology News;May2004 Supplement, Vol. 17, p26
Trade Publication
Provides a checklist to help banks prepare for business under Check 21, a substitute check that can be used as a replacement and legal equivalent to the original truncated check in the United States. Bank's position on imaging technology; Need to keep imaging on strategic technology-planning horizon; Need to improve relationship with vendors and regulators; Importance of educating management team and staff.


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