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A report from researchers Celent claims that financial institutions will continue to upgrade to new core systems, perhaps at a slightly faster rate than presently as institutions wrestle with antique cores that do not necessarily respond to 21st century banking needs and which also may require old-time computer skills – such as Cobol programming – that are not in high supply in today’s market.

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