After three lean years, bankers are mustering a modest technology spending spree.

According to the American Banker/Ernst & Young 1993 Survey of Technology in Banking, financial institutions are expected to consume $15.3 billion worth of information technology in 1993, an increase of more than 6% over 1992.

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