November 06, 2002

DZ Bank, Germany, has introduced DZ-infoNet, a corporate intranet powered by ATG Portal from ATG, Cambridge, Mass.

Societe Generale, France, has outsourced IT operations of its offices in Madrid and Frankfurt, and payments and retail banking operations of its London office, to Aleri, London.

Rabobank, Netherlands, is providing payments investigations software from Pegasystems, Cambridge, Mass., to its branch network, correspondent banks and corporate customers.

HVB Direkt, Germany, is responding to more than 8,000 e-mails per month using Kana Response from Kana, Menlo Park, Calif.

Cape of Good Hope Bank, South Africa, has gone live with Trema Finance Kit, a treasury solution from Trema, Sweden.

ABN AMRO, Netherlands, has been selected by Deutsche Postbank, Germany, to deliver services for reducing foreign exchange settlement risk.

Deutsche Bank, Germany, has outsourced its IT operations in Europe to IBM, Armonk, N.Y.

Central Bank of Costa Rica has migrated its interbank payments to the .NET programming environment from Microsoft, Redmond, Wash.

Korea First Bank has installed a consumer lending system from Alltel, Little Rock, Ark.

SEB, Sweden, has tapped PayPlus for CLS, a software product from Fundtech, Jersey City, N.J., for connecting to continuous linked settlement services.