The Future, One Innovative Step at a Time

Sausner, Rebecca
December 2008
Bank Technology News;Dec2008, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the stance of banking innovator Kurt Woetzel and Marty Lippert in the U.S. The two innovators made arguments on the cruciality of innovation and the relevance of job cuts and budget cuts for technology. Woetzel and Lippert both stated that 2009 will be a year for more reduction of budgets for innovation during the ceremony of the BTN's 7th annual ranking of The Innovators.


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