A Nod to Function

October 2005
Bank Technology News;Oct2005, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the redesign of Web site by Bank of the West Inc., in San Francisco, California. The bank re-designed features so that the consumers could benefit from it. The bank ensures that product and service pages are full of information and include links to ancillary offerings. The agribusiness page of the site includes a highly targeted marketing link to international trade services. The church-lending page includes additional resources for project and debt planning for non-financial professionals. Branch phone numbers and directions are easily accessible on the site.


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