Canada team ahead in Web presentment race

Clark, Drew
September 1998
American Banker;9/10/1998, Vol. 163 Issue 173, p15
Trade Publication
Offers information as it relates to electronic mail (e-mail) banking, with emphasis on the establishment of a Electronic Post Office Box by the Canadian postal service. When the e-mail is expected to be in use; Advantages of the e-mail service; Comments from Renah A. Persofsky, president of Cebra company. INSET: Partners in e-mail....


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