Dime Bancorp. said it is buying software from Broadway & Seymour Inc.
Dime officials said the software, called TouchPoint, will give the
David J. Totaro, executive vice president of Dime Savings Bank, said the
"From a sales and service standpoint, it's an essential part of our
Dime, a New York-based thrift with $19 billion in assets, is a new
Mr. Totaro expects to have the software installed and operational by
The thrift used Benton International, a Tampa-based consulting firm, to
Hibernia Corp., New Orleans, and Old Kent Financial Corp., Grand Rapids,