1st Edition

Banking Technology Handbook

Edited By

Jessica Keyes



ISBN 9780849399923
Published December 29, 1998 by CRC Press
640 Pages

USD $250.00

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Book Description

This desk reference for IT professionals in the banking industry provides information about the latest technologies to improve efficiency and security.
Topics include

  • imaging
  • electronic exchange
  • Internet-based technologies
  • other automating systems
  • issues affecting all financial service sectors, such as the year 2000 problem
    Banking Technology Handbook is geared toward all levels of technology management and financial services management responsible for developing and implementing cutting-edge technology.
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Brave New World for Financial Services
    Technology Trendlines: What Can We Expect in the Future?
    Financial Services and the Internet
    Introduction to E-Commerce
    Technology and Productivity
    Year 2000 Implications
    Year 2000 Solutions
    The Coming Crisis in Handling Euromoney
    Technology and Security
    Data Mining, Data Warehousing, and Databases
    ActiveX or CORBA/JavaBeans
    Technology in Banking
    The Open Financial Exchange (OFX) Specification
    Frontiers in Check Imaging
    The Implications of the Digital Signature
    Building an Electronic Banking Center
    Banking on the Internet
    Technology of the Smart Card
    Building the Electronic Wallet
    Tutorial in Net Payment Schemes: The Joint Electronic Payment Initiative (JEPI)
    Using "Push" Technologies
    The Better Teller Machine
    Building a Home Banking System
    Loan Decisioning Technologies
    Resources
    Glossaries
    Securities Product Watch

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    Reviews

    "Every person who uses computer image processing...who is planning to use image processing...who is involved in the purchase of computer systems or software that involve image processing...should read this book. And if you are not in one of the above groups, you might want to read it anyway."
    - Microscopy Research and Technique