Four Questions for John Landis

R. S.
June 2010
Bank Technology News;Jun2010, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p21
Trade Publication
An interview with founder of Symitar John Landis is presented, in which he developed the third core platform called Keystone, built with the focus on the member or the client in the U.S.


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