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i-flex, Oracle Deliver Power to People's; Zions Selects Infosys; 1st Source Taps Bharosa; First Horizon Finds FIS; Outsourcing Deal

i-flex, Oracle Deliver Power to People's

In the first core banking engagement between i-flex (Mumbai) and Oracle (Redwood Shores, Calif.) in North America, People's Bank (Bridgeport, Conn.) will replace its core deposits system with i-flex's Flexcube and implement Reveleus (Edison, N.J.) Customer Profitiability Analytics and an Oracle Database.

Zions Selects Infosys

Zions Bancorporation (Salt Lake City) will implement Infosys Technologies' (Fremont, Calif.) Credit Risk Management solutions to improve risk management.

1st Source Taps Bharosa

1st Source Bank (South Bend, Ind.) will deploy Bharosa's (Santa Clara, Calif.) Tracker real-time fraud- detection solution and strong, multifactor authentication solutions to enhance online banking security.

First Horizon Finds FIS

Fidelity National Information Services (Jacksonville, Fla.) will provide ASP services for Memphis, Tenn.-based First Horizon's core deposit banking applications from CSC (El Segundo, Calif.).

Outsourcing Deal

Wauwatosa Savings Bank (Wauwatosa, Wis.) will outsource core account processing, electronic banking, item processing, and electronic funds transfer and card services to Metavante (Milwaukee).

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