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New York Life's Mainstay Fund group, with $19 billion in assets under management, began installing Princeton Financial Systems' Pam for mutual funds. The installation covered 50 users on a Microsoft Windows NT network. Before it selected Pam, Mainstay looked at competing offerings from Sungard, Global Investment Systems and DST. Mainstay used Pam to replace a DOS-based platform, Pairs, it purchased a decade earlier from American Data Services of Hauppage, New York. The system's

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