Tennessee Treasury Adds GUI Report-Writer Module To QED Portfolio System

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The Tennessee Treasury Department has added QED Information Systems Inc.'s VisualQED user interface/presentation tool to its existing implementation of QED's IMS-2000 portfolio management and accounting system. Tennessee Treasury, which initially brought the Unix server-based IMS-2000 online in the summer of 1994, served as a beta-test site for QED's latest release. Nashville-based Tennessee Treasury uses QED's system to support the state's municipal retirement fund and a pool of assets

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