CHICAGO - NYCE Corp., which operates an electronic funds transfer network in the Northeast and Midwest, has opened a Chicago office in an attempt to boost its sales and account management in Illinois and neighboring states and build on its 1999 purchase of Magic Line of Dearborn, Mich.

"As we expand NYCE's reach, we acknowledge the unique needs and perspectives of all our service areas," said vice president Joe Makarewicz. "To meet these needs we're strategically adding new representatives in the Chicago area who intimately know the Midwest business climate."

John Vogt, NYCE network sales executive, and Rhonda McMillon, network relationship manager, will focus on organizations in and around Chicago. Ms. McMillon was an assistant vice president and Midwest ATM sales manager at Bank of America Corp. and Mr. Vogt was a sales executive with Cash Station Inc., a Chicago-based EFT network bought last year by Concord EFS Inc.

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