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Sutton Bank contracts with Metavante for stored-value card processing services; BankAtlantic taps FundsXpress for hosted e-banking services; National City licenses WebSeries.

Sutton Bank, Attica, Ohio, has contracted with Metavante, Milwaukee, for stored-value card processing services.

BankAtlantic, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., has tapped FundsXpress, Austin, Texas, for hosted e-banking services.

National City, Cleveland, has licensed WebSeries, a Web-based treasury management system from Bottomline Technologies, Portsmouth, N.H.

ABN AMRO North America, Chicago, has selected TouchPoint, a CRM system from WebTone Technologies, Atlanta, for sales management. Separately, ABN AMRO has installed InputAccel, a document capture system from Captiva, San Diego, to capture and process mortgage documents.

Wells Fargo, San Francisco, has licensed Affinium, an enterprise marketing management solution from Unica, Lincoln, Mass., to manage its customer communications campaigns.

Bank of America, Charlotte, N.C., is using DealerTrack, Melville, N.Y., a network of auto dealers and lenders that provides loan application processing, credit bureau access, electronic contracting and lease comparisons.

Hibernia National Bank, New Orleans, is developing ClientContact, a CRM and sales system for its commercial banking and private client groups.

Commerce Bank, Kansas City, Mo., has added online bill payment and other services to its Web banking site, powered by the Voyager system from Corillian, Portland, Ore.

BB&T, Winston-Salem, N.C., has licensed an online banking system from Financial Fusion, Boston.

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