A Wealthier World Needs Rich Bank IT

Greene, James
May 2007
Bank Technology News;May2007, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p38
Trade Publication
The author speculates on the future of the banking industry in the developing countries relative to advances in information technology. He probes that three general trends will emerge that will generate growth in the financial services industry, including consumerization, prominence of the industry, and new ways of doing business. Moreover, he stresses on the technological innovations that will take place to address customer service problems in developing countries.


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