Bank Programmers Getting Help; Software to Aid Systems Development Gains Favor
Layne, Richard, American Banker
Bank Programmers Getting Help
Cost constraints have forced bank operations executives to focus on getting more work from their programmers, resulting in growing purchases of specialized software that aids systems development.
Within the past year, practically every big bank has either begun to experiment with or is building systems with these software tools and techniques, according to the Gartner Group, a research and consulting company in Stamford, Conn.
The software aids, called computer-aided software engineering and usually referred to as Case, can cut the time it takes to develop a system. That speed can enable corporations to bring products to market …
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Publication information: Article title: Bank Programmers Getting Help; Software to Aid Systems Development Gains Favor. Contributors: Layne, Richard - Author. Magazine title: American Banker. Volume: 156. Issue: 128 Publication date: July 3, 1991. Page number: 3. © 2009 SourceMedia, Inc. COPYRIGHT 1991 Gale Group.
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