Scudder Sets Bake-Off Between Belvedere, Portia,With IDS Test Possible


Scudder, Stevens & Clark is evaluating Belvedere Financial Systems Inc.'s Global Portfolio System and Thomson Financial Services Inc.'s Portia to replace a proprietary portfolio management system running on a mainframe computer. While the GPS and Portia tests are set to begin, Scudder is said to be considering a test of Integrated Decision Systems Inc.'s Investment Manager II as well.

Scudder is interested in a UNIX server-based in-house portfolio management system to replace its mainframe-based

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