August 9, 2011 – Bank CIOs accepted a long time ago that core systems needed to be replaced. And for a while it seemed like, one by one, slowly but surely, their institutions would get around to it.

But that never happened. Yes, they've made incremental changes - patched here and extended there - but increasingly they fear that this approach is hitting a wall.

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