Microsoft Gets Back to Basics

Hoffman, Karen Epper
September 2001
Bank Technology News;Sep2001, Vol. 14 Issue 9
Trade Publication
Highlights the moves taken by software giant Microsoft Corp. in its financial services approach. Company's entrance in enterprise areas; Offering of transactional software; Plan of providing banks with ultra-secure software for Internet-based transactions; Enabling of banks to perform sensitive online corporate of business-to-business functions.


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