Handbook of Technology in Financial Services

Jessica Keyes

© 1999 - Auerbach Publications
Published December 18, 1998
Reference - 752 Pages
ISBN 9780849399817 - CAT# AU9981

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  • Jessica Keyes
  • 700 pages of in-depth techniques, methodologies, and tools make this the book that can replace the 20 or 30 others that contain only parts of the information that financial services professionals need to do their jobs
  • Invited guest authors will be leading experts in the field, making this the source of cutting edge information
  • An appendix provides a complete resource guide with glossaries and finger-tip access to information about the best products and services available.
  • Summary

    The calculus of IT support for the banking, securities and insurance industries has changed dramatically and rapidly over the past few years. Unheard of just a few years ago, corporate intranets are now used for everything from job postings to enhanced team communications. Whole new departments are being created to support e-commerce. And the Internet/Intranet/Extranet triple-whammy is the most critical component of most financial IT shops. At the same time, new intelligent agents stand ready to take on such diverse functions as customer profiling and data mining.

    Get a handle on all these new and newer ripples with Handbook of Technology in Financial Services. Here, in this exhaustive new guide and reference book, industry guru Jessica Keyes gives you the no-nonsense scoop on not just the tried and true IT tools of today, but also the up-and-coming "hot" technologies of tomorrow, and how to plan for them.

    Keyes gives you extensive, example-driven explanations of such topics
  • digital check imaging and Internet-based billing
  • e-commerce and Internet banking
  • portfolio management systems for the 21st century
  • GIS technology in financial services
  • and much more.

    Focusing on problems from both a technology perspective and a business perspective, the Handbook also addresses challenges and solutions associated with:
  • supporting the self-service revolution by servicing kiosks and ATMs efficiently and economically
  • straight-through processing for the securities industry
  • outsourcing business communications in the insurance industry
  • distributed integration as a cost-effective alternative to data warehousing
  • and putting inbound fax automation to work in financial organizations.
    Packed with real-world case-studies and practical solutions to problems confronting financial services IT managers every day of the week, Handbook of Technology in Financial Services covers everything from system security to IT support for the Web marketing of financial services. In short, it is a compendium of essential information no professional can afford to be without.
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