• Articles by Steven Marlin

      • After certain shared catastrophic events, we experience the cycle of healing as a group. We're in the midst of such a phenomenon now. The attack and collapse of the World Trade Center occurred a year ago this month, yet it already seems like something that happened a decade or generation ago.
      • Alex Tan named CEO of the Asia-Pacific region for Welcome; Simon T. Nahnybida joins Online Resources as senior business development executive; Todd Gresham named to the GlassHouse Technologies Board of Directors; Nayeem Qureshi appointed vice president of business development at Foundation Source; Mervyn Farrant named non-executive Chairman to the Board at Cognotec.
      • First Chicago Tokio Marine Financial Products to implement software solutions from Summit Systems; Indusland Bank installs their channel management solution from CR2; SFF Investment Funds goes live with SunGard Investment Management Systems' Global Portfolio II; China Securities Depository and Clearing Corp., and Euroclear sign a consultation agreement.
      • U.S. Bank installs Enterprise Sort Pattern Test Facility from Gilson and Associates; KeyCorp implements a business intelligence solution from Cognos; Western Corporate Federal Credit Union, Sterling Savings Bank and Pacific Capital Bancorp pilot test a check image exchange from Endpoint Exchange; Cenlar FSB licenses business process automation software from Proacsys; Lyndonville Savings Bank purchases a check imaging solution from Mitek Systems and EastPoint Technologies.
      • Speakers from United States government agencies to speak at the 10th Annual Conference of the Smart Card Alliance; Sun Microsystems' SUNnetworld Conference 2002 to present technology vision and practical application for Sun users; Electronic Check 2002 will be held Sept. 23-24 in San Diego; 2.5G and 3G Wireless 2002: Putting the Pieces Together, a seminar regarding new wireless networks, to be held in Washington D.C. Oct. 28-29.
      • Principia Partners increases its staff; Paul Zagnoni named chief operating officer at Corpedia Education; Linda A. Weber appointed senior vice president of products and technology at ImageSoft Technologies; Paul Pluschkell named executive vice president of Strategic Business Development at Hyperfeed Technologies; Mitch Hovendick appointed to the Board of Directors at Billserv.
      • JP Morgan Investor Services builds a global repository to streamline STP; Fox-Pitt Kelton buys an enhanced version of FIX.NET Server 2002 produced by SolutionForge; Standard Bank Asia implements Financial Software Systems' Spectrum Treasury System at its Hong Kong trading center; Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) Bank, goes live with a trading systems from SunGard Trading Systems; Prudential Financial to utilize messaging technology from PFS TraderTools.
      • BISYS enters into an outsourcing agreement with the Right Bank For Texas N.A.; Regions Bank to use account management and collections suite from Fiserv LeMans; TCF Bank to implement S1 Personal Banking and S1 Customer Center; Saskatoon Credit Union signs software licensing agreement with Fincentric; American Home Mortgage Holdings upgrades its call centers with Alcatel's OmniPCX 4400 IP-PBX.
      • Catalyst 2002 Customer Forum, a business meeting run by S1 Corp., will be held Sept. 30-Oct. 3 in Atlanta; The ASIS seminar, which addresses issues of crime and loss prevention, will be held Sept. 10-13 in Philadelphia; The First SunNetwork Conference and Pavilion, which will feature discussions on end-to-end solutions from Sun, will be held Sept. 18-20 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

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