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AIIM unveils its conference and exposition plans for 2002; Financial Fusion, SWIFT and Sun Microsystems to hold seminar on FIX; NACHA calls for submissions from ACH network participants for the 2nd Annual ACH Quality Awards.

The AIIM 2002 Conference & Exposition will be held at the Moscone Convention Center, San Francisco, from March 5 -8.

The theme of this year's conference will be "Connecting to the Power of Enterprise Content Management." AIIM 2002 will offer attendees the information necessary to build Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions for their organizations. Enterprise content management is defined as the creation, capture, delivery, customization, and management of content across an enterprise. ECM is the "glue" between front- and back-end applications.

Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in over 100 targeted conference sessions and will have access to 300 vendors exhibiting their latest solution offerings on the expo floor. Industry leaders will give keynote speeches addressing recent trends, issues, and solutions of the constantly evolving ECM market.

For more information on attending or exhibiting, visit AIIM 2002's Web site at


Financial Fusion, SWIFT and Sun Microsystems will participate in a one-day seminar that focuses on new ways to achieve global connectivity with FIX. The event, entitled "A New Way to Achieve Global Connectivity--It Changes Everything," will be held at the W Hotel in New York City on November 8.

During this free seminar, attendees will hear from industry experts on new options for global connectivity across the lifecycle of a financial transaction; achieving technical and business interoperability for FIX messaging; and the stepping stone to future standards convergence.

For a complete agenda, please visit or call 1-800-842-0885.


National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA) is calling for submissions from ACH Network participants for the 2nd Annual ACH Quality Awards to be presented at NACHA's PAYMENTS 2002 conference.

The ACH Quality Award is part of an initiative to promote quality in automated clearing house (ACH) payment processing. Four categories of ACH Network participants are eligible to receive awards for quality improvements or processes: Corporate Originators/Receivers; Originating Depository Financial Institutions (ODFIs); Receiving Depository Financial Institutions (RDFIs); and Third-Party Service Providers.

Any program, project, practice or procedure that improves services, reduces exceptions, minimizes risk, or streamlines processing qualifies as a quality improvement initiative.

Additional information and submission instructions are available on NACHA's web site at

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