AETNA Life Insurance Co, will install Texas Instruments Inc.'s Management Information System (MAXIMIS) portfolio management system at its Hartford. Conn., offices. Texas Instruments beat out competition from Securities Software & Consulting Inc. and Andersen Consulting Inc., which had been working with Aetna to build a custom portfolio management system that Andersen now markets under the name Invest/1.
Aetna's decision is a blow to Andersen Consulting, because of the relationship Anderson
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