Banks Push Tech Initiatives


According to Grant Thornton’s 14th Annual Survey of Bank Executives, more than seven in 10 bankers (73%) plan to increase technology spending in 2007. Respondents cited several technology issues as important to their banks’ success, including:

Protecting customers’ information (96%).
Assuring the security of Internet services (94%).
Verifying systems operations and controlling technology risks (89%).
Complying with regulations (88%).

Source: www.grantthornton.com/banksurvey .

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