Banks need to splash the cash on new IT

Glick, Bryan
August 2012
Computer Weekly;8/14/2012, p9
Trade Publication
The author offers opinions on banking industry automation, arguing that banks must invest significantly in new information technology to replace systems which have become obsolete.


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