When it comes to putting the Internet to good use, many corporate bankers are in crash-course mode.

Over the last 10 years, financial institutions have spent hundreds of millions of dollars developing a raft of technology offerings to lock in relationships with large and midsize corporations. The offerings range from treasury workstations linked directly to a bank's core accounting systems to sophisticated electronic data interchange networks in which banks act as middlemen, transferring payment and product data between trading companies.

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