January 2007
Bank Technology News;Jan2007, Vol. 20 Issue 1, 17 p17
Trade Publication
The article presents the top five technology deals for online banking in the U.S. They include the acquisition of Electronic Clearing House Inc. for $142 million by the Intuit Inc., the acquisition of Harbor Payments Inc. by the American Express Co., the acquisition of the PortAuthority Technologies Inc. for $90 million by the Websense Inc., the Skywire Software LLC's acquisition of the Docucorp International Inc., and the acquisition of a data technology firm Itemfield Inc. by Informatica Corp.


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