An Early Diagnosis Of Married Platforms

Fest, Glen
April 2005
Bank Technology News;Apr2005 Supplement, p37
Trade Publication
Reports on the information infrastructure in the investment banking/retail merger between J.P.Morgan Chase and Bank One in the U.S. Performance and capacity testing for retail business solutions at the newly merged entity; Solution to inter-application conflicts; Improvement in the organizational practices at financial services firms.


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