Princeton Financial Systems of Princeton, N.J., has created a new service called PAMConnect that gives customers remote access to Princeton's PAM system. PAM is a Windows-based portfolio accounting and management system used by 300 mutual funds and other institutional investors. Through PAMConnect, clients can now connect to Princeton's data center through dial-up connections using frame relay, leased lines or the Internet. Before, Princeton Financial clients would have to install PAM software at their own site. PAMConnect permits clients to out-source their data center maintenance to Princeton Financial without clients being aware of it, said Gordon Gacek, a spokesperson for the firm.

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