M. S.
June 2010
Bank Technology News;Jun2010, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p20
Trade Publication
The article profiles founder of Virginia-based Carter Bank & Trust Worth Harris Carter, who has inked an agreement to co-develop a core solution with VSoft Corp., an image solutions company in the U.S. It states that Carter plans to combine his 10 banks to one by researching new core systems that unify the banks and position for growth. It notes that Carter teamed up with VSoft which was installing an image capture system at the bank.


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