Heads in the Sand?

Sausner, Rebecca
October 2010
Bank Technology News;Oct2010, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p15
Trade Publication
The article highlights the bank research conducted by Celent, which concludes that branches are the number one channel priority of banks, despite the growing popularity of consumers of self-service models in North America.


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