Men and women work on electronic computers for bank book keeping in the United States.
United States USA Date:1961 Duration:6 min 12 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled ' The second revolution in banking' on bookkeeping services and computer improved banking services in the United States. A Titan rocket is launched from a launching pad. Heavy columns of smoke rise as the rocket is launched. Narrator indicates the launching of the rocket implies electronic and technological advancements. The Titan rocket ascends in the sky. The first revolution in banking is book keeping machines during World War I. A man seated at a desk works. Several men and women seated at desks in an office. They work on book keeping machines. The machines are clumsy and use lots of papers. A man empties a sack of bundles of paper on a table. The second revolution is electronic computers. These computers can read, sort, print, process check numbers, record and store customer account information which can be retrieved in record time. The Merchandise National Bank of Chicago installs electronic computers. Men work on the computers in a computer room. Several symbols printed in magnetic ink on a check. The symbols enable the computer system to read information faster and accurately. A man works on a typewriter. He types customer information. Other men work on a machine. The machine reads the information. A reader sorter in operation. A woman at work. The information is read, sorted and interpreted.
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