Over 30 new clients were signed by SunGard Treasury Systems, in the second quarter of this year. ADC Telecommunications, Alaska Airlines, Alliant Energy / WPL, Case Corporation, Cleveland-Cliffs, Dillingham Construction Corp, Fortis, Fortum OYJ, Grant Country PUD, Interpublic Group of Companies, Lockheed Martin, Playboy Enterprises, SITC, Swiss Re Investors, Inc., Textron, and Wayne County are among SunGard’s new and/or upgraded clients. Contributing to the growth is SunGard’s unique Internet capabilities. In May, SunGard Treasury Systems launched a new suite of Internet-based treasury management software solutions known as eTreasury™. Each of SunGard’s existing treasury management systems is eTreasury-enabled, providing both browser-based processing and Internet-based bank communications.
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