Newest IT Solutions to be Showcased at the Financial Technology Expo

Trade-show goers be advised. More than 225 leading information technology companies in the banking, securities and insurance industries will showcase their products and services at the 8th annual Financial Technology Expo.

The Expo will take place Nov. 16-18, 1999 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City and will feature separate conference programs.

The most innovative IT solutions will be featured in pavilions designed specifically for financial services, banking, securities and insurance professionals. The newest accounting, security, risk management and e-commerce technology will be available.

Microsoft Corp. will present a technology update and forecast called "Windows on Financial Services '99." Microsoft will update the role that Windows-based technologies are playing in the financial services world.

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