Total Customer Relationship

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The rapid growth of international banking in recent years has been accompanied by the growing problem of how to control the flow of vital management information, both customer and financial. The First of Boston’s answer to this problem has been to develop, as a vital part of its international distributed processing network, a worldwide corporate MIS called the Total Customer Relationship system (TCR). TCR provides management with easily accessible, comprehensive information on dealings with multi-national corporate customers around the world. This article describes the background and development of TCR, as well as the consolidated reports produced by the system.

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Author W. R. Synnott
Year 1978
Volume 2
Issue 3
Keywords Total customer relationships, corporate MIS, worldwide CIF, international banking, consolidated management reporting
Page Numbers 15-24