The Impact of Automation on the Nation's Banks

Reistad, Dale L.
October 1964
Banking;Oct64, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p51
Trade Publication
Deals with a survey on the impact of automation on the U.S. banking industry. Number of banks that have converted their mortgage loan process; Regional differences in the type of automation services offered by banks; Percentage of banks which plan to install a bookkeeping equipment.


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