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What’s Next After Wells Fargo Closes Branches? The Speed of Change in Digital Banking will Accelerate

What’s Next After Wells Fargo Closes Branches? The Speed of Change in Digital Banking will Accelerate

This week Wells Fargo announced they were closing 450 branches. While this was big news to some, nearly all banks are recognizing that strategies for [...]

What’s Next After Wells Fargo Closes Branches? The Speed of Change in Digital Banking will Accelerate

August 22, 2017

This week Wells Fargo announced they were closing 450 branches. While this was big news to some, nearly all banks are recognizing that strategies for [...]

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Custom Mobile Apps for Enterprises: A Growing Trend?

June 09, 2015

Few can deny the positive impact mobility has had in the corporate world. Employees are free to work remotely, customers can engage on their terms and companies can pioneer innovative business[...]

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Integrate vs. Recreate: Which is Right for Your Business?

April 01, 2015

IT groups with legacy investments are constantly being asked how they plan to make them compatible with next-gen environments. After all, employees everywhere are clamoring for anytime/anywhere[...]

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Develop Mobile Apps with AS/400 Applications: 6 Things to Avoid

March 10, 2015

No two development projects are the same; every enterprise will have different goals and success metrics for creating mobile apps tied to their AS/400 systems. Regardless of scope, there are[...]

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How These 4 Things Will Change The Way You Approach Legacy Modernization

December 17, 2014

We hear a version of this all the time: “Modernizing a legacy system is just impossible. Between our mainframe, proprietary apps, and multiple databases, it will take forever and cost a king’s[...]

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4 Little Known Facts About Legacy Modernization - And Why They Matter

December 11, 2014

When done right, a legacy modernization project will transform your organization, bring your legacy software, systems up-to-date, and save you time, money, and resources.

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