Thomson Plans Int'l Push; Eyes 50 PC Foreign Revenues


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

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