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- Provident Bank, Baltimore, has licensed Vonetix, a wireless-to-Web integration product from Gold Systems, Boulder, Colo.

- Advanta, Philadelphia, has chosen the Ensemble customer contact suite from Davox, Westford, Mass., for use in its Gibbsboro, N.J. contact center.

- J.P. Morgan Chase, New York, has selected Trinity, a legal risk management product from Cygnifi, New York.

- SunTrust Banks, Atlanta, has tapped IntraLinks, New York, to provide collaborative software for capital markets deals.

- Mellon Bank, Pittsburgh, has enhanced EnternetBank, its Web-based cash management service, to include lockbox imaging and wire transfers.

- FXall, New York, an online foreign exchange trading portal, has added 17 financial institutions to its membership.

- Old Kent Bank, Grand Rapids, Mich., has chosen the PayBase electronic payment system from Bottomline Technologies, Portsmouth, N.H., for its mortgage division.

- Patelco Credit Union, San Francisco, has tapped CyberBills, San Jose, Calif., to provide electronic bill presentment and payment services to its members.

- Cullen/Frost Bankers, San Antonio, Texas, has signed an information technology outsourcing contract with Alltel, Little Rock, Ark.

- PNC Financial Services, Pittsburgh, has licensed e-commerce software from Ariba, Mountain View, Calif., to power an online B2B marketplace and to streamline its purchasing processes.

- Bank of America, Charlotte, N.C., has licensed the Customer Care Suite from WebTone Technologies, Atlanta, for its military bank subsidiary. Centura Banks, Rocky Mount, N.C., also licensed the Customer Care Suite.

- Wells Fargo, San Francisco, has launched WellsXchange, a suite of financial services supporting online B2B marketplaces.

- Dime Savings Bank, New York, will market the online trade processing system of TradeCard, New York, to its business customers.

- Bank of New York will market the online stock purchase and shareholder conversion services of BUYandHOLD, New York, to its stock transfer and depository receipt customers.

- City National Bank, Beverly Hills, Calif., has selected Intarsia, a customer relationship management solution from Sedona, King of Prussia, Pa.

- Providian Financial, San Francisco, has contracted with Aether Systems, Owings Mills, Md., to develop a wireless access capability for its customers.

- J.P. Morgan Chase, New York, has tapped Digital Island, San Francisco, for Web site hosting and disaster recovery services.

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