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PM&A Vendors Swap Euro, Y2k for STP, T+1 and More Through the euro conversion, and more at ease with Y2k, vendors turn their attentions to straight-through processing, faster settlement cycles and global connections.
Tide Ebbs for Web Cruisers As financial firms add online access to employee desktops, the Internet has proved to be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, the ability to get messages out quickly by e-mail, or to conduct research online, has increased employee productivity. On the other hand, the World Wide Web, with its tempting information smorgasbord, has snapped up the attention of more and more folks who are supposed to be working. This is why Secure Computing recently released its Smart Filter Internet monitoring and
First Quadrant Integrates Compliance, PM Systems How important is compliance to a company such as First Quadrant? "It's vital," says Lloyd Cole, director and chief information officer of Pasadena, Calif.-based First Quadrant. "In fact, it was the deciding factor in our software selection process."
Yeager, Wood & Marshall Survives Y2k/NT Conversion; DTC Link Is Next It's not unusual these days for IT heads at money management firms to have more than one tech project on their plate at a time. Just ask Gordon Marchand, chief operating officer at New York-based Yeager, Wood & Marshall.