Spectrum Adds Members But Not Services (Yet)

O'Sullivan, Orla
August 2000
Bank Technology News;Aug2000, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p43
Trade Publication
Focuses on Spectrum EBP LLC, the bank electronic billing network formed in 1999. Growth of the network's membership in the United States; Competitors; Spectrum's plan to adopt an Interactive Financial Exchange system in 2000; Founders of the network.


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