A financial reporting service developed and used by GE Capital Corp.'s own money managers is now being marketed--by none other than GE Information Services (GEIS). The service, called LEX2000, supports financial reporting and planning, and includes currency translation facilities. LEX2000 runs on microcomputers, both stand-alone and those linked by IBM PC LAN, Novell Inc. NetWare or 3-Com local area networks. An IBM mainframe-based version is slated for commercial release in the first quarter of

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