Dumiak, Michael
June 2008
Bank Technology News;Jun2008, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p18
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the plans of Ken Casey, senior vice president of ATB Financial, in choosing SAP AG to swap out the institution's core banking platform. With this, SAP is now recognized and get much respect in North American banking circles. It cites that SAP was long considered too old world in its business practices and unskilled with the regulatory environment. Moreover, Casey stated that Information technology (IT) executives around the industry were eyeing on the project. INSET: SILICON SLUGGERS.


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