CheckFree’s New Client/Server System Wins Back Client


JERSEY CITY--CheckFree Investment Services’ new client/server architecture is winning back some lost clients.

Cramer Rosenthal McGlynn, a White Plains, New York-based money manager, has reversed a decision made last year to dispense with CheckFree.

"Our intent in selecting a different vendor last year was motivated by a desire to have a client/server, GUI front end for the managers," says Michael Marrone, principal and director of Cramer Rosenthal McGlynn.

CheckFree APL, an outsourced provider

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