February 04, 2002

Mortgage 2000 Group, United Kingdom, has licensed WebLogic e-business software from BEA Systems, San Jose, Calif., to power its moneysupermarket.com aggregation service.

GZS, Germany, has tapped Resolve, a document management system from Trintech, San Mateo, Calif., to automate the processing of disputed payment transactions.

National Australia Bank is using Integrity, a data quality management product from Vality Technology, Boston, to perform data cleansing operations associated with its enterprise integration program.

Redecard, Brazil, has deployed the Business Intelligence Platform from MicroStrategy, McLean, Va., to track and analyze credit and debit card transactions and customer data.

Societe Generale, France, has chosen e-business software from Siebel Systems, San Mateo, Calif., to power its multichannel retail banking model and to more effectively cross-sell and up-sell services.

Chang Hwa Bank, Taiwan, has tapped Unisys, Blue Bell, Pa., to provide servers and a core banking solution for

operations, including local and foreign currency-based deposit, loan, accounting, remittance, and trade finance.

Bank of the Philippine Islands has selected e-procurement software from Walker Interactive Systems, San Francisco, to improve supply chain efficiencies throughout its 690 branches.

Banco Santander, Mexico, has licensed Perfect Match, a confirmation matching system from Surecomp, Toronto.