Gaining Steam to GO GREEN

December 2006
Bank Technology News;Dec2006, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p30
Trade Publication
The article discusses the need for a more energy efficient financial service industry. Environmental education is the first step to help financial companies understand the economic impact of climatic changes caused by excessive carbon dioxide emission. Financial companies must have then an efficient information technology system that optimizes every devices or infrastructure catering to the needs of every financial institution.


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