Embracing the Future of Banking

Cypher, Thomas M.
October 2004
Bank Technology News;Oct2004 Supplement, Vol. 17, p11
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the need to develop an integrated and flexible banking technology strategy. At Information Technology Inc. (ITI), integration has always has been more than just a buzzword; it's the heart of its development strategy. Much more than just a few interconnected programs, ITI Premier has expanded the definition of "core solution" by incorporating vast amounts of customer data from account management, platform and teller, e-commerce, document management and business intelligence solutions into a seamlessly integrated product suite. Premiers browser-based design delivers secure, real-time information that significantly enhances the ability to serve customers and cross-sell effectively.


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