Home Financial Network has signed up six of the 20 banks being eased off Visa Interactive's home banking platform, which is not year-2000 compliant.

Integrion Financial Network, which had absorbed the Visa Interactive operation, has said it will phase it out. Integrion said through a spokeswoman that it hopes the larger of the 20 bank clients will move to its Interactive Financial Services system, though no sales have been made yet.

First Tennessee Bank of Memphis is the latest to turn to Home Financial Network.

The other banks that have signed with Home Financial are Colonial Bancgroup of Montgomery, Ala.; Webster Financial Corp. of Waterbury, Conn.; Old Kent Financial Corp. of Grand Rapids, Mich.; Comerica Inc. of Detroit; and BB&T Corp. of Winston-Salem, N.C.

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