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by David Noël | EVP Support Services
Reality is a very personal thing. In relation to conversions, reality must be viewed with a different lens. For example, you have “reality” for a core salesperson. Then you have what reality looks like for the president of the bank. What about for the operation officer or IT professional. I think you see where I am going with this. So, what is reality? Webster defines reality as, "the true situation that exists: the real situation." In reality, a bank core ‘conversion’ is a monstrous undertaking that can unite an organization or leave a bitter taste in your mouth that never truly goes away. A bad conversion is no way to start a new partnership but the reality is that the vendors do this every day and banks...not so much. The
reality is that when conversions go bad the finger is always pointed at the vendor but most likely the blame is shared with the bank or most of the blame should be on the bank. I am sorry folks...that is just reality. Read more...
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Western State Bank successfully completes their migration to outsourced core processing.
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