On-line Saving Systems Featuring the NCR 315 with CRAM (Card Random Access Memory)
This is a four-color brochure for the NCR 315 with CRAM (Card Random Access Memory). The front cover is blue with the first part of the title printed in vertically in white. There is an illustration of a card in black with the remainder of the title printed on it. Black and white illustrations scattered throughout the brochure. The first part is a section is about what machines the teller can use. The first subsection is about the Class 42 window posting machine. The next subsection is about the console keyboard. Following is a section introducing CRAM. Following is a section detailing how a typical transaction is handles. Subsections include the Teller and the Computer. Included in this section is a diagram illustrating the process. The following is a section about what happens after the last window transaction for the day has been processed. Subsections include the Teller and the Computer. Included in this section is a diagram illustrating the process. The following section is about how the daily trial balance is created. Included in this section is a diagram illustrating the process. Following is a list of commonly asked questions with answers. Questions include "What would happen if all the tellers attempted to communicate with the computer at the same time?"; "What happens if the computer is 'down' for a period of time û for example, if there is a power failure in the computer room?"; "How far away from the tellers' windows can the computer be located?"; "Will we need to re-assign account numbers?" Following is a section summarizing the advantages provided by the system.
National Cash Register Company (NCR)
10 7/8 x 8 3/8 in.
promotional materials; NCR 315 (Computer); Business applications; Memory: other; CRAM (Card Random Access Memory); NCR Corporation; Digital computer: other
Gift of Thomas J. Buckholtz and Helen T. Buckholtz