Fears of year-2000 problems have stalled sales of core banking software built on client/server architecture.

Such software, primarily offered by three U.S. companies, is considered a cost-effective alternative to mainframe and midrange computer systems. Client/server systems rely heavily on personal computers and tend to be easier to customize and expand than those that run on "big iron."

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