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Dual Monitors Vs. Full Screen Applications

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Should our bank look into investing in dual monitors for our Consumer Loan Application Data Entry staff? Currently we are using a system that requires our staff to go back and forth between "full screen" applications.
Answer: 

The decision to purchase such things as dual monitors would be up to you. There is the cost of the monitor and the card for the PC to which you would connect it. Additional electrical outlets may be needed because each will have a plug. Current Windows operating systems will allow this easily, but you'll have to ensure the your systems are current, or will be able to drive two monitors.

You could test one or two systems to see if the efficiencies gained justify the costs. Can they enter more data, faster and with fewer errors? I use a dual monitor system and feel it is advantageous.

First published on BankersOnline.com 12/05/05

First published on 12/05/2005

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