Corillian Expands Ties With Microsoft

Rountree, David
January 2002
Bank Technology News;Jan2002, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p10
Trade Publication
Reports that Microsoft Corp. and Corillian Corp. have signed a strategic agreement under which Corillian will integrate the MSN Money Professional software into the Corillian Voyager platform. Corillian's October 2001 release of its Voyager 3.0 Internet banking platform; Microsoft's .Net services designed for the banking industry.


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