A vision for Japanese banking in the networked economy-Moving technology from the back office into

Cannon-Brookes, Michael J.
August 1999
Computing Japan;Aug99, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p26
Focuses on the need for Japanese banks to employ information technology effectively. Effect of deregulation measures, such as Japan's Big Bang, on competition; Significance of customer data; Necessity of a strategic vision of how the networked financial institution operates in the networked world.


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