BANKERS ARE LOOKING more and more to personal computers to improve customer service, but the vaunted PC has yet to make much of an impact in the back office, where the mainframe continues to rule.

According to the American Banker/Tower Group/Andersen Consulting 1994 survey of technology in banking, personal computers are increasingly being used for new applications that deal with customer contact.

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