In the rush to embrace new personal computer-based automation tools, today's bank might use any number of word-processing packages, electronic mail, and spreadsheets.

Within a single bank, one set of departments might operate Lotus and Word. Another might use Excel and WordPerfect. Still others in the bank may cling to systems and products made by companies that have gone out of business. The result: administrative chaos.

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