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* Eagle announces the availability of Eagle PACE Third Edition. * SFF Investment Funds goes live with GLOBAL PORTFOLIO II. * Summit Investment Partners selects FMCPacer and FMCPages for portfolio accounting and client reporting.

Eagle Investment Systems Corp. announced the availability of Eagle PACE Third Edition, the company's Web-based investment-data hub and portfolio-management solution. This latest version of Eagle PACE is now 90 percent Web-based and offers several new and enhanced features providing increased scalability, ease of use, and time-savings benefits to its clients. The overall transition to a 100 percent Web-based productwill be available early next year in the fourth edition of Eagle PACE.

SunGard Investment Management Systems, an operating group of SunGard, announced that SFF Investment Funds, Geneva, has gone live with GLOBAL PORTFOLIO II. SunGard Investment Management Systems is an international provider of investment-management-software solutions for the front-, middle- and back-office activities of global-asset-management firms.

Summit Investment Partners has selected Financial Models Company's FMCPacer and FMCPages for portfolio accounting and client reporting. The FMC solution was chosen after a competitive evaluation. FMCPacer went live last month and FMCPages is scheduled to be installed next quarter to support Summit's institutional clients.

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