Web Services Create Consistency

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5 May 2004

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"Huntington Bank’s customers have noticed a welcome service change in the past few months. When they use an ATM or use their cards at a merchant, the resulting change in balance shows up in their online banking accounts in real time. […] The way in which Hungtington Bank has gotten consistency across its platforms (including ATM, online banking, and mainframe) has been a result of the company’s desire to set up an infrastructure in which "one change effects multiple channels," […] For Huntington Bank, as for ING, getting information under control has been primarily an integration project."

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Teller

May 5th, 2004 at 1:31 pm

Hate to brag, but this has been the norm here for at least last 2 years, possibly even longer.
“Here” being in Estonia.

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