Kite, Shane
February 2011
Bank Technology News;Feb2011, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on how middleware specialists helped the Milwaukee-based M&I Bank in customizing the software used by its customer service and sales employees without gaining access to the source code. M&I turned to OpenSpan Inc., a middleware specialist based in Alpharetta, Georgia, which created the functions desired by M&I. It mentions that OpenSpan consolidated the seven systems used by bank employees by exposing all the objects and Application Programming Interface (API) to link them.


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