Thomson Investment Software (TIS) plans to get half of its revenues outside of the US within two years, requiring it to increase foreign revenues by 20 per cent. The Boston-based portfolio management and accounting system vendor plans to expand its salesforce and office space overseas--and hopes to add to the 90 foreign clients it already has.
TIS is not the only vendor campaigning overseas. Both Princeton Financial Systems (IMT, April 11) and SS&C Technologies (IMT, March 28)--frequent compe
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