Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc., Atlanta, hired Putnam Investments to provide full-service record keeping for its $1.8 billion in domestic defined contribution plans, said Belinda Brady, senior manager for the pension fund. She declined to give any additional information about what other changes were being made to the plans. Putnam will manage about $250 million of Coca-Cola Enterprises defined contribution assets, but the company has not yet chosen the mutual funds, a Putnam spokeswoman said. According to documents filed with the SEC March 25, Coca-Cola Enterprises has defined contribution plans for all U.S. and Canadian employees. The company matches 50% of participant voluntary contributions up to a maximum of 7% of the participants compensation. The companys contributions to these plans were $27 million in 1998, up from $22 million in 1997 and $19 million in 1996. Coca-Cola Enterprises also has defined benefit plans for its North American and European employees valued at $1.014 billion at year-end 1998, down from $1.030 in 1997, the SEC filing states.