Preparing to Offer Predictions

Rountree, David
February 2002
Bank Technology News;Feb2002, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p31
Trade Publication
Presents an annual assessment of the prospects for financial information technology spending in the U.S. Views of experts on the economic environment of the country; Increase in the demand for financial information technology solutions; Optimism for a recovery in the economy of U.S.


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