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London Bridge lands Kansas bank Phoenix contract

12 July 2002  |  2746 views  |  0 London Bridge lands Kansas bank Phoenix contract

First National Bank of Olathe has selected London Bridge's Phoenix software as its core processing system.

The Kansas-based bank, with assets of approximately $500 million, has chosen to run the Phoenix system as an in-house solution and is scheduled to convert in February 2003.

A key factor in the bank's selection was the Phoenix system's relational database architecture.

Brian Roby, president and CEO of the bank, says: "Phoenix's use of a relational database will provide us with a host of unique possibilities we would not have had otherwise. This will allow us to not only continue providing current services, but also provide several new services to our customers."

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