LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - In a move to meet growing customer demand for more flexible processing solutions, Arkansas Systems is now offering its electronic banking software on personal computers.

Little Rock-based Arkansas Systems has previously specialized in developing software that runs mainly on the International Business Machines AS/400 mid-range computer. Thurston Anderson, Arkansas Systems' vice president, said that the company will continue to offer the AS/400 line, but he added that the PC-based solution is designed to serve banks that want to offer a wide range of electronic banking services to their customers using low-cost PC hardware.

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