1987-2007: TWENTY Wishes for the Next Twenty

Goth, Greg
September 2007
Bank Technology News;Sep2007, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p54
Trade Publication
A list of bank technology offerings in the next 20 years, which are more customer-focused than technically oriented. This includes the hiring of new guys, where they call for straight shooting information. Another is making of a more financial advice available on the Web site instead of hawking low rates. And online banks and brokerages eliminating any advantage retail banks have in not offering free non-emergency one-click money transfer.


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