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Stroud & Swindon Building Society installs IDM from Tower Technology;United Overseas Bank installs customer relationship management software from Siebel Systems; DZ Bank selects Mint, from SunGard Business Integration, to link to the SWIFTnet network.

Stroud & Swindon Building Society, United Kingdom, has installed IDM, a document management system from Tower Technology, Boston.

United Overseas Bank, Singapore, has installed customer relationship management software from Siebel Systems, San Mateo, Calif.

DZ Bank, Germany, has selected Mint, a financial messaging system from SunGard Business Integration, United Kingdom, to link to the SWIFTnet network.

Caja Espana, Spain, has installed contact center management software from Altitude Software, Portugal.

TaipeiBank, Taiwan, has installed First Order, a trade order management system from FNX, Philadelphia.

Citibank, New York, has introduced Citibank Global Transfers, an account-to-account real-time funds transfer service for consumers.

Allied Irish Bank, Ireland, has installed EnView, a service level monitoring system from Softek, Sunnyvale, Calif.

Dresdner Bank, Germany, has signed a five-year extension of its credit card processing contract with First Data, Denver.

Bank of Ireland has signed a seven-year IT services outsourcing contract with HP, Palo Alto, Calif.

State Bank of India has installed corporate banking and trade finance software from Misys Wholesale Banking Systems, New York.

Scotia Trust, Canada, has contracted with ADP Brokerage Services, New York, for trust accounting services.

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