William M. Fenimore is no psychologist, but after only five months with Meridian Bancorp, he has already begun to cure the bank's case of separation anxiety.

The $15.1 billion-asset bank self-diagnosed the ailment early last year: Technology was operating too independently from the bank's business units, and this isolation was leading to inefficient use of new technologies.

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