The Impact Of Information Technology On The Bank Performance (Nigeria In Perspectives)

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History

 

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Ezra M

 

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April 1, 2012

 

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University

 

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The information technology has become a critical business resource because its absence could result in poor decisions and ultimately business failure. In this regards, the writers intend to find out the impact of the information technology on the Bank performance. INTRODUCTION Today, many banks in Nigeria has failed and liquidated as fraud and related financial crimes happens daily in our banks and financial institutions, because we still depend on ledger card and branch local network banking transactions while banking transaction is now a do it yourself affairs in the advanced countries through net work and on-line service provider...
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According to Odunfunwa, B. (2002) information technology is a body of tools, with the convergence of communication and computers. Goldberg (2002) describes information technology as series of machines, which can execute sequences of instructions. The sequence of instructions is a programmed made particularly flexible and not rigid and can be charged depending on the information being processed...
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