Adams, John
May 2007
Bank Technology News;May2007, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p23
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the advantages gained by the Bank of Idaho when it adopted a new platform called AccuTrust to manage its trust management program. The platform was developed by AccuTech Systems Inc. and it has allowed the bank send statements to its client at almost anytime while broadening the bank's ability to generate account and market data. Moreover, the platform has leveled the playing field for the bank against larger financial competitors from other regions.


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