Finance sector’s strategic shift boosts CRM

Finance sector’s strategic shift boosts CRM

The finance sector customer relationship management (CRM) software market in North America will triple by 2004, according to International Data...

June 30th, 2001 IT World Canada Staff

Giving consumers what they want

Giving consumers what they want

BankWorks is a global research and consulting firm specializing in financial services and technology along with a recent entry into...

June 30th, 2001 Susan Maclean

From the Editor

From the Editor

I've recently had a behind-the-scenes peek at the Sun Microsystems computing support of the West McLaren Mercedes Formula One team...

June 30th, 2001 Susan Maclean

iXL lays off 850 employees

iXL lays off 850 employees

Atlanta-based iXL Enterprises Inc. has become the latest in a string of Web consulting firms to cut staff in an...

November 30th, 2000 Linda Rosencrance

mbanx – Pioneering the Virtual Bank

mbanx – Pioneering the Virtual Bank

mbanx is a division of the Bank of Montreal, Canada's oldest bank and one of the largest on the continent....

October 25th, 2000 Heather Smith

Siebel systems acquires software vendor in US$975-million deal

Siebel systems acquires software vendor in US$975-million deal

Business software supplier Siebel Systems Inc. announced Monday that it has reached an agreement to acquire financial services software provider...

September 1st, 2000 Terho Uimonen

Banking dot-com

Banking dot-com

You've used an automated banking machine (ABM) to deposit your pay cheque, you've phoned into a banking call centre to...

August 31st, 2000 STEWART BROWN

Does high-availability warrant the high cost?

Does high-availability warrant the high cost?

The old adage "you get what you pay for" need not be the blueprint for boosting reliability and high-availability in...

August 31st, 2000 CHRIS POWELL

Mobile commerce on the move

Mobile commerce on the move

Analysts predict that the latter part of 2000 will see an unprecedented explosion in mobile e-commerce (or so-called m commerce)...

August 31st, 2000 Ephraim Schwartz