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Dan Fisher

Dan Fisher is president and CEO of The Copper River Group, a consulting firm headquartered in Fargo, N. D., that focuses on technology and payment systems research and consulting for community financial institutions. For nearly 30 years, Fisher has worked in the financial industry using technology to improve the bottom line. He was CIO of Community First Bankshares (now part of Bank of the West), has served as a director of the Federal Reserve Board of Minneapolis, the chairman of the American Bankers Association Payment Systems Committee, and was a member of the Independent Community Bankers of America Payments Committee. Fisher has written numerous articles on banking technology and the payments system. He has authored or co-authored six books and recently published a book titled, "Capturing Your Customer! The New Technology of Remote Deposit." You can contact Fisher at dan@copperrivergroup.com.
P.S. To understand Dan's nickname, check out "About the Wombat" on his website.       

It is time that the banking industry and the graduate banking schools in the United States get serious about offering a relevant technology curriculum to their students.
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International CES is the space where time speeds up!  As you tour the exhibit hall you quickly realize that no matter what you thought, tomorrow has already passed you by.
The world of electronics takes center stage in the desert today, the opening date for the 2013 CES in Las Vegas.
"Frequently" best describes how often I am asked why a banking consultant attends the International Consumer Electronics Show, and my answer is always the same. The CES is relevant to…
Will the evolution of technology eliminate the need for a keyboard or mouse?
What does particle physics and the Higgs boson have to do with banking? 
Good ideas do not have to be complex.
Tactile-based technology, or in other words the touch screen interface, has become the de facto standard for computing devices and we didn't even see it coming.
Recently I attended an event at a local college where Bill Gates was the featured speaker. It was essentially an informal event where Bill did not deliver a speech as…
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