The Inevitable Conversion: Achieving Faster ROI

Langteau, Dominic
October 2008
Banking New York;Fall2008 Banking Solutions, p8
Trade Publication
The article deals with the struggle of banks to achieve a return on investment (ROI) following technology conversion. Technology company Brintech suggests three principles to help minimize conversion ROI problems which includes appointing an internal project leader, designing the project for success, and facilitating communication among all technology vendors. The process and workflow involved in the new technology are the factors identified as slowing down ROI.


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