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OBS

1. On drawings, abbr. for “obsolete.”
2. Abbr. for “open back strike.”
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OBS covers countries whose safety levels change daily: Afghanistan, Somalia, Libya, and Syria, to name a few.
Although proprietary, patented OBS chemistry is based on uracil, which is naturally present in the human body as one of the four building blocks of RNA nucleic acids.
OBS is well positioned to capitalize on these new opportunities.
Private, profitable and based on the philosophy of over servicing clients, OBS offers financial institutions the extensiveness of a large-scale technology provider, but the tenacity of an agile, service-driven organization.
OBS is a specialized Atlanta-based technology company providing next-generation Cash Management and Business Banking revenue generating solutions to financial institutions.
20 /PRNewswire/ -- Online Banking Solutions (OBS) today announced that Bank of Hawaii will implement the OBS Online Messenger M-Secure Banking Suite for Cash Management customer file transfer and information delivery products.
INDIANAPOLIS -- OBS Medical's BioQT[TM] technology has been recognized as a top finalist for the prestigious TechPoint Mira Award "Healthcare IT Innovation Award".