New Profits. New Technologies

By Young, Michael K. | ABA Banking Journal, September 2003 | Go to article overview
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New Profits. New Technologies


Young, Michael K., ABA Banking Journal


Many of America's bankers partner with Information Technology, and see it as one of their smartest investments. If we haven't already done so, we want to build a relationship with your organization, as well. We provide an array of solutions to help you maximize opportunities, lower costs, and generate new profit.

ITI offers advanced technologies and services. A quarter-century of proven experience and stability. A continuous cycle of research, development, implementation and customer input results in the industry's finest and most flexible solutions available--a shared investment that delivers more savings, higher revenues, faster growth, increased efficiency and greater success.

The computer industry tends to define integration as the way technologies work together, but ITI's definition of integration goes much farther. Our commitment to total, seamless integration combines the best software with best practices in order to achieve the perfect technology fit for your financial institution. ITI products integrate with each other, but they also integrate with the products of many third-party vendors. Perhaps most important is the way our organization interacts so smoothly with your financial institution. It's a strategy and structure that supports the most sophisticated requirements by integrating processes, technology, services and, ultimately, information.

This fall, ITI will introduce the financial industry to the next generation of banking with the release of the next generation of Premier[TM], our powerfully integrated and highly efficient account management software.

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