An Open Letter to Financial Institutions

Weirauch, Robert F.
November 2003
Bank Technology News;Nov2003 Supplement, p50
Trade Publication
The article informs that Wausau Financial Systems Inc. is prepare for Check 21 legislation which promises great efficiencies in check processing as well as in float management. The company develops transaction processing products based on its customers' needs. The company has built long term relationships with financial institutions in an effort to help them control their costs and create fee based revenue enhancements. New laws and new technologies have revolutionized the payment processing industry. Wausau Financial Systems has adopted itself to this new trend to provide its customers with the best solutions, and to build a lasting relationship.


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