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As consumers remain cautious with their spending in light of economic fears and uncertainty, the financial industry is also vigilant. Many credit union budgets have been reduced and do not include major system replacements-but that does not mean they are missing any opportunities.

According to Celent, maintenance of existing legacy systems may account for up to 76% of financial institutions’ IT budgets this year. Such a prediction suggests that credit unions will have to make due with existing core systems through 2010. As a result, executives will have to be creatively thrifty this year when it comes to keeping their legacy systems up to par with changing market demands.

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