After Hassles With Bridge, AIM Eyes Other Vendors But Sticks With Incumbent

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AS Bridge Information Systems Inc.'s new owners try to figure out what direction the company will now take (see related story, this issue), news has emerged that at least one Bridge user--Houston, Texas-based AIM Management Group--has had its share of problems with the company's equity service. AIM Management, a mutual fund company with some $29 billion in assets under management, recently considered dumping Bridge after experiencing numerous telecommunications network and server-related

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