After a long period of investing in technology and Internet-related systems, mutual fund firms are looking closely at information technology departments for potential cost savings and chief information officers are being pressured to show results, according to industry executives.

A group of chief information officers discussed the current climate for technology in the mutual fund industry at a technology forum here last week sponsored by the National Investment Company Service Association of Boston.

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