Revolutionizing Business Intelligence

L'Heureux, Matt
September 2007
Banking New York;Fall2007, p30
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the importance of information technology as a tool for North Country Savings Bank to making better decisions and improving performance. COCC, a provider of information technology services, is replacing the tradition reporting system of North Country Savings Bank with Total Vision, a collection of advanced data, reporting and communication technologies. Coakley, chief information officer at North Country Savings Bank, sees Total Vision as a convenient tool.


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