THE CONVENTIONAL WISDOM calls for each banker to be assigned a personal computer, but Phoenix's Republic National Bank has found that for its teller automation system at least, it's better to share.

Republic, a single-branch community bank with $34 million of assets, has found it can have a high-fimction teller system without the costly expense of installing a networked PC for every branch worker.

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