Princeton Financial Makes Plans For New Products And New Markets In 1999


PRINCETON, New Jersey--The financial markets where Princeton Financial Systems' customers do business spent most of 1998 going haywire, but despite all the turmoil, the company has steadily gone about its business. In the two years since the portfolio management software vendor was bought by State Street of Boston, it has grown beyond its roots in the insurance industry and built a presence among asset managers. The company now estimates that roughly 40 per cent of its sales come from the

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