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(Aug. 28, 2001) -- Two West Coast agencies have picked up new accounts, each with spending less than $2 million.

Omnicom Group's TBWA/Chiat/Day, San Francisco, has won the account of HNC Software, San Diego, which makes software used by financial institutions to curb such problems as fraudulent transactions. Company officials were unavailable at press time for comment.

In addition, Moffatt/Rosenthal, Portland, Ore., has won the account of Oregon Scientific, a subsidiary of Integrated Display Technology International, Hong Kong, which sells upscale personal electronics products for sports, health and fitness, weather and environmental monitoring and clocks and travel alarms. Also pitching that $1 million account was Borders, Perrin & Norrander, also Portland. -- Alice Z. Cuneo

Copyright August 2001, Crain Communications Inc.

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