The Impact of Automation on the Nation's Banks
- The 'Plus' in Pioneering. Reistad, Dale L. // Banking;Jul65, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p93
Deals with issues on bank automation. Challenges in developing bank computer technology; Examples of automation experiences of some banks; Comparison between banking and other industries.
- Preparation for Automation. Libertine, Richard J. // Banking;May67, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p113
Assesses the prospects of bank automation in the U.S. in May 1967. Competition among banks; Point of growth reached by the banking industry; Accounts to be converted to automated systems.
- The 1969 Automation Survey. Rider, Bruce M. // Banking;Nov69, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p75
Part II. Presents the results of a survey of bank automation trends in the U.S. as of November 1969. Attitude toward preauthorization; Automation of customer services; Popular services offered by banks; Trend in credit card billing.
- Concepts of a Bank Computer Center Organization. Szatrowski, Z. Ted // Banking;Mar69, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p85
Provides information on a study which described the organizational relationships of automation to other operating functions within the bank. Significance of customer services under the manager of the computer center; Principles of organization.
- Automation--Its Power and Potential. Wilmouth, Robert K. // Banking;May69, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p91
Focuses on the emergence of automation in the banking industry. Trends in the banking business; Concerns over banking automation; Characteristics of a computer-based information system.
- Growth of Bank Automation. Livingston, W. Putnam // Banking;May69, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p93
Focuses on the emergence of automation in the U.S. banking industry. Banks with computers at work; Details on how banks realized the importance of using automation to perform their services; Banking operations that were enhanced by automation.
- Three Problems of Bank Automation. Freund, Richard W. // Banking;May69, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p95
Focuses on the three main problems of bank automation. Failure to attract and to retain technical personnel for automation planning and operating areas; Factors to be considered prior to computer purchase or rental agreements; Top management's lack of involvement.
- Automation's Challenge of the Future. Perret, Joseph A. // Banking;May69, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p97
Presents guidelines on planning for the future challenges facing bank automation. Three time frames of future planning; Increase in the rate of change; Preparation efforts of bank organizations.
- Automation's Trail to Tomorrow. Reistad, Dale L. // Banking;Jun65, Vol. 57 Issue 12, p115
Discusses the benefits of automation in the banking industry in the U.S. during the 1960s. Role of banks in the electronic revolution; Development of bank management initiatives to support customer services; Capabilities of banks in terms of data communications.