Deciding to Dump Silos

Adams, John
May 2006
Bank Technology News;May2006, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on Web-enabled technology used by financial institutions, which allows their business rules and data to flow more freely between legacy system. Previously it has been a hassle for a bank to change their credit policies and disseminate information out into the bank staff responsible for making credit decision, but the with the help of this technology, according to Alenka Grealish, manager of the banking practice at Celent, policies can now be adjusted and diffused faster.


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