Questions to ask when selecting software

Singleton, John P.
December 1981
ABA Banking Journal;Dec81, Vol. 73 Issue 12, p109
Presents advice of computer software programs for banking industry in the U.S. consideration of over-all capabilities an specific features of the software for banking needs; Importance of source code availability and flexibility; Applicability of the software package on the benchmarking of the bank environment.


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