Dallas-based Sterling Commerce Inc. released VECTOR:Desktop and VECTOR:Storage, new software products designed to help financial institutions increase productivity and lower costs.
“Most financial institutions use mainframes for the majority of their
applications,” said Sydney Smith Hicks, vice president of operations and
marketing, banking systems division, Sterling Commerce. “Using an
institution’s existing hardware, VECTOR:Desktop integrates powerful mainframe
applications with information contained in the client/server environment.”
VECTOR:Desktop leverages the best in mainframe and client/server
Technologies, offering pull-down menus and easy-to-understand commands, the
VECTOR:Storage solves storage needs by electronically archiving information,
allowing immediate accessibility. Operators have almost instant access to
seven-years’ worth of archived information, Sterling said.
Pricing for the products was not disclosed.