Community bankers attending the Microbanker '97 conference this week expressed concern about their ability to keep up with technological change.

"It looks a little overwhelming these days, so we're trying to get a little information to make intelligent decisions," said John O. Manning, president of $80 million-asset Community First Bank of Keosauqua, Iowa. "We don't want to spend scarce resources in a foolish way."

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