Fidelity Readies Desktop Upgrade For Year 2000 Repair Tool


BOSTON--Fidelity Investments is pairing end users with a team of Year 2000 specialists to fix contaminated date fields lurking in Microsoft Excel and Access files throughout the organization. The tests are part of a beta test of version 5.0 of the latest release of the company's Tracer 2000 system. At press time, a production version of the release was tentatively scheduled for availability on September 8th to Fidelity's corporate software clients through the mutual fund giant's web site.


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