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Standard Life spend £1m on Savings and Mortgage IT System

Standard Life Bank is updating its existing IT systems for mortgages and savings in a move to penetrate new markets.


The bank has signed a contract for £1,000,000 with Lynx Financial Systems, and intends to add to its portfolio of telephone banking products.

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