PHOENIX -- Jumping on a high-tech bandwagon, International Business Machines Corp. unveiled this week a suite of software designed to help bankers more easily modify their branch-automation systems.

The tecnology, showcased here at IBM's annual conference for its financial industry customers, uses object-oriented programming techniques, a radically new systems-development methodology that allows programmers to write software by mixing and matching smaller programs, called objects.

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