1. Alan Bryman, Duncan Cramer. Quantitative Data Analysis with SPSS 14, 15; 16: A Guide for Social Scientists. 1 edition, Routledge,

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  1. Alan Bryman, Duncan Cramer. Quantitative Data Analysis with SPSS 14, 15; 16: A Guide for Social Scientists. 1 edition, Routledge, (2008). 381 pp., Paperback, Language: English.

Introduction

For the last 25 years the banking industry has very fast evolved to become one of the leading industries in the world. The frequent checks being written and the many officials charged with the duties of performing money transfers are no longer there. What is remaining is a group of employees mainly IT experts who assist the banks monitor and install technologies that can do what the bank officers could do. Most of the traditional banking jobs have been replaced by money management and electronic money transfers. The changes that have been caused by online banking are enormous for example online money systems are used for payment of online, management sites.

Hypothesis

  1. There are great impact online banking has had on financial institutions specifically Barclays and Santander banks, the customers and employees. As a result of this innovation there have been many benefits that came and that is the core objective of this paper to examine these benefits and the.............

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