Departing from the strategy used by most institutions its size, a $377 million-asset Texas bank has purchased a core banking system that runs on personal computers.

Southside State Bank, based in Tyler, will use software from Perot Systems to run a local area network of personal computers, replacing its current system that operates on an NCR Corp. midrange computer.

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