S1 Takes a Shot at Running the Whole Ship

Sisk, Michael
November 2004
Bank Technology News;Nov2004, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p42
Trade Publication
The article informs that S1's ambitious goal of providing the first integrated, multi-channel front-office solution is getting put to the test by Zions Bank. Jaime Ellertson, CEO of S1 Corp., informs that his company's ambitious goal to create the financial services industry's first integrated multi-channel solution for the entire front office, a project originally envisioned and pitched to analysts, investors and customers in 2001, took a major turn this summer when the $50 billion Zions Bancorporation agreed to use the enterprise platform for three channels and told S1 execs that their solution had become "strategic" for the bank.


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