Real World Annoyance Goes High Tech

Bruno, Maria
December 2000
Bank Technology News;Dec2000, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p61
Trade Publication
Reports that Home Account Network Inc. has developed a technology for its Card Solutions software that will present bill stuffers as tidy advertisements on issuers' Web pages whenever customers request their statements or make other queries online. Terms of Home Account's alliance with Inktomi Corp. to provide the technology; Difference between an e-stuffer and banner advertisements.


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