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East Boston Savings Bank increases its loan volume by 40 percent in the three years it's used easyLender; Valley National Bank licenses branch and call center management software from S1; Charter One Bank introduces FYI Alerts.

East Boston Savings Bank, East Boston, Mass., has increased its loan volume by 40 percent in the three years it's used easyLender, a loan origination system from Fiserv, Brookfield, Wis.

Valley National Bank, Wayne, N.J., has licensed branch and call center management software from S1, Atlanta.

Charter One Bank, Cleveland, has introduced FYI Alerts, an online notification service employing a messaging platform from Centerpost, Chicago.

KeyCorp, Cleveland, has deployed decision support software from Cognos, Burlington, Mass., in its real estate and auto finance divisions.

JP Morgan Chase, New York, has obtained a license under a patent portfolio held by Robert A. Katz Technology Licensing, Los Angeles, for call processing and securities transaction services.

Regal Financial Bank of Seattle is providing its customers surcharge-free access to a network of 280 ATMs operated in Washington state by KeyCorp, Cleveland.

Union Bank of California, San Francisco, will offer electronic bill presentment and payment services to its commercial customers, powered by technology from Metavante, Milwaukee.

Texans Credit Union, Richardson, Texas, has licensed Enterprise Web Manager, an e-commerce platform from EDS, Plano, Texas.

Calnet Business Bank, Sacramento, Calif., has licensed e-Commerce Banker, a cash management system from Open Solutions, Glastonbury, Conn.

MidWest Financial Credit Union, Ann Arbor, Mich., has installed AppCelera ICX, an application performance solution from Packeteer, Cupertino, Calif., to speed Web banking response times.

Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta has licensed customer relationship management software from Pivotal, Vancouver, B.C.

Depository Trust & Clearing Corp., New York, has tapped WebHeatmaps, a visual intelligence system from NeoVision, New York, for risk management.

Northern Trust, Chicago, has licensed Levanta, a system management product from Linuxcare, San Francisco.

Heritage Bank of Schaumburg, Schaumburg, Ill., has tapped Metavante, Milwaukee, to provide account processing, EFT and customer relationship management services.

Local Oklahoma Bank, Oklahoma City, Okla., has licensed Foxtrot 2000, a data maintenance system from EnableSoft, Orlando, Fla.

Farmers and Mechanics Bank, Burlington, N.J., has licensed iMagic, a check imaging system from Open Solutions, Glastonbury, Conn.

Commercial Federal Bank, Omaha, Neb., has licensed the Voyager e-banking suite from Corillian, Portland, Ore.

National City, Cleveland, has tapped StaffSmart, a workforce management system from Demos, Norwell, Mass., for its branches.

Wachovia, Charlotte, N.C., has purchased 1,800 ProLiant servers from HP, Palo Alto, Calif., for its branches in the Southeast.

Allegiant Bank, St. Louis, has chosen Postilion ATM driving and transaction switching software from Mosaic Software, Deerfield Beach, Fla.

U.S. Bank, Minneapolis, will install Enterprise Sort Pattern Test Facility, a software tool that manages the check sort pattern process, from Gilson and Associates, Atlanta.

Western Corporate Federal Credit Union, San Dimas, Calif., Sterling Savings Bank, Spokane, Wash., and Pacific Capital Bancorp, Santa Barbara, Calif., will participate in the pilot of a check image exchange system developed by Endpoint Exchange, Oklahoma City.

Lyndonville Savings Bank, Lyndonville, Vt., has purchased CheckQuest, a check imaging solution from Mitek Systems, Poway, Calif., and EastPoint Technologies, Bedford, N.H.

Cenlar FSB, Ewing, N.J., has licensed Metasystem business process automation software from Proacsys, Newtown, Pa., for its mortgage division.

Saskatoon Credit Union, Saskatoon, B.C., has licensed core banking system software from Fincentric, Vancouver, B.C.

American Home Mortgage Holdings, Melville, N.Y., has upgraded its three call centers with an integrated contact center package from Alcatel, Calabasas, Calif.

Huntington National Bank, Columbus, Ohio, has licensed online business banking software from Metavante, Milwaukee.

TCF Bank, Wayzata, Minn., will implement personal banking and customer center applications from S1, Atlanta.

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