Does Your IT Firm Need Deep FI Experience? Yep

Bosu, Romir
January 2005
Bank Technology News;Jan2005, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p41
Trade Publication
The article stresses that almost all financial institutions would prefer to use the best available product for a specific need, within budgetary constraints. Unfortunately, this best-of-breed approach can be very challenging. The institution must select the right technology and then make sure implementation and integration are successful. Many financial institutions maintain their own inhouse information technology staff, but often the department's staffers are either inexperienced in integrating multiple vendor products or it does not have the manpower to such an undertaking.


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