Gut Instinct Meets Analytics

Sisk, Michael
January 2010
Bank Technology News;Jan2010, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the TotalVision, a business intelligence technology from COCC which is embraced by Canton, New York-based North Country Savings Bank. It notes that this technology displays data in electronic dashboards and produces financial reports for senior management. It indicates that the bank already uses business intelligence to embark on some ventures and to weigh the cost of online bill payment.


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