CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - OneSource Information Services Inc. announced a distribution and development agreement with Internet Financial Network to deliver institutional customers access to EDGAR, the Securities and Exchange Commission's electronic filing system.
OneSource, Cambridge, is acting as a distributor for Davie, Fla.-based IFN's Windows-based EdgarWatch and World Wide Web-based SmartEdgar services.
EdgarWatch permits customers to set up watch lists of companies, industries or topics they want to monitor.
The software alerts them to any new information that fits the watch list criteria.
Customers can also search for historical information and information can be downloaded from the Internet.
SmartEdgar offers similar services through a World Wide Web browser.
OneSource will also offer Edgar Compare, a spreadsheet option that gives customers access to financial corporate data on which they can perform ratio analysis.
OneSource will introduce services that integrate EDGAR access into its own products, including OneSource for Windows and OneSource for Lotus Notes.
"Partnering with OneSource connects us with a large, sophisticated universe of financial professionals," said IFN President Clifford T. Boro.
For further information, contact Michael Bailey at OneSource at (617) 441-7239, or contact OneSource on the Internet at http: www.onesource.com.
NEW YORK - Chuck Lewis has been named chief executive officer of Financial Technologies International, a provider of financial software. Mr. Lewis, who will retain the title of president, replaces Joseph Allard, who remains as chairman.
BOSTON - Thomson Investment Software's PORTIA portfolio management system will be distributed in Thailand through Datamat Public Co. Ltd., a hardware and software supplier.
The PORTIA and Datamat partnership evolved from legislative changes in Thailand that have created a growing demand for portfolio management software in that country, according to officials with Thomson. For further information, contact Bob Leaper at Thomson at (617) 345-2762.
CINCINNATI - STAR Bank has selected the PC local area network-based accounting system PARAGON as its investment accounting and management system. PARAGON was selected because of its versatility in managing the bank's investment portfolios, derivatives, safekeeping and correspondent services, according to officials with STAR Bank. STAR Bank is planning full implementation of PARAGON during the first quarter of this year.
PARAGON officials say PARAGON is the only PC/LAN-based accounting system that integrates fixed-income analytics with reporting, accounting and regulatory capabilities for mortgage-backed securities, collateralized mortgage obligations, derivatives and other sophisticated fixed-income instruments. For further information, contact Ira Keller at Thomson at (617) 345-2925.
BLOOMFIELD, Conn. - The financial investment technology company SS&C has named Michael K. Pritchard director of SS&C Outsourcing Services.
Mr. Pritchard will manage SS&C's $10 billion service bureau business, overseeing day-to-day operations, client relations and new business relationships.
Mr. Pritchard had been an officer in charge of investment operations and investment systems at Conseco Inc., Carmel, Ind. He was instrumental in integrating SS&C's CAMRA, an investment management system, into Conseco's $27 billion investment operation.