Costanzo, Chris
May 2005
Bank Technology News;May2005, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p28
Trade Publication
Explores the automation programs implemented to improve the dealmaking capabilities of Edgeview Partners Inc., an investment-banking firm serving middle-market clients in the U.S. Addition of a search engine-like technology to help manage its vast network of workers and business contacts; Expectation on the capability of the program to help the firm keep tabs on deals that are in the works; Usefulness of the technology in keeping the tasks of employees.


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