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Alexandra Investment Management announces it will implement Sophis' Value; Butterfield Fund Managers Limited selects Global Investment Systems; Eze Castle Software teams up with FutureTrade Technologies.

Alexandra Investment Management, a New York-based hedge fund with $950 million in assets under management, recently announced that it will implement Sophis' Value to handle risk-management across its organization. Value will enable Alexandra to access real-time intra-day screening of the market and P&L analysis and calculations, according to the vendor. In addition, Alexandra will be implementing Sophis' COL in order

Butterfield Fund Managers Limited has selected mutual-fund-accounting and administration as well as transfer-agency systems from Global Investment Systems. The Ireland-based investment manager has chosen MFACT and MSHARE from the accounting-software vendor to support its offshore third-party administration services for global clients.

Eze Castle Software has teamed up with FutureTrade Technologies to create an integrated platform. FutureTrade integrated its electronic-trading platform with Eze Castle's order-management system, Traders Console. The result, according to the vendors, provides users with FIX connectivity, and allows for orders and executions to automatically appear in Traders Console.

Investment-management and accounting provider Princeton Financial Systems has released PAM InfoStream. The product integrates the vendor's object-oriented and message-based business-intelligence engine with XML-based Web services and middleware.

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