An Internet application for on-line banking

  title={An Internet application for on-line banking},
  author={S. K. Leong and Thambipillai Srikanthan and Gurdeep S. Hura},
  journal={Computer Communications},
The Internet explosion and the possibility of direct digital interaction with large numbers of home consumers presents tremendous opportunities, and challenges, to the financial services community. Today’s providers must reckon with the Internet and on-line services, or potentially lose prime customers to new, nontraditional players. In this paper, the design and development details of an on-line banking (OLB) application for one of the banks in Singapore have been described. The implementation… CONTINUE READING

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