Transaction Systems Architects reported revenue for the quarter ending Mar 31 of $76.5 million and operating cash flow of $8 million. The company announced that William Fisher, Chairman and CEO, will step down from both of his current positions. Larry Fendley, a current board member, will assume the role of interim CEO during an executive search period. Revenue for its Consumer e-Payments business was up 6% over the prior year and new orders in that unit were up substantially from the year ago period. The Company completed the second quarter of fiscal 2001 with $187 million in backlog, consisting of $55 million in non-recurring backlog and $132 million in recurring backlog. This compares to the backlog of $184 million at the end of the first quarter of fiscal 2001. For more details on TSA’s 1Q/01 results visit CardData ([www.carddata.com]).