Take Stock of Your Own Real Estate

Adams, John
April 2009
Bank Technology News;Apr2009, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p25
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the advantage of automation on banks in the U.S. It says that deploying less expensive web-based tools to lower costs, introducing cross-enterprise standards can offer saving benefits for the banks. Furthermore, it mentions that the business solution adopted by Summit & Elizabeth Trust Co. has provided savings and benefits to the bank.


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