Pacific Bancorp Pacifies its Data

Adams, John
July 2004
Bank Technology News;Jul2004, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on Pacific Bancorp's offering customers access to products, channels and personalized information without the inconsistency of silos. Acquisition of Pacific Crest Capital; Deployment of enterprise information integration software; Comments of Scott Matthew, vice president of technology and applied practices for Pacific Capital, on benefits of multiple channels.


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