There are a lot of technology nightmares that follow a merger, but untangling contracts for software and other systems is one of the biggest.

Jack Deano, an executive vice president and chief technology officer with Iberiabank Corp. in Lafayette, La., knows this firsthand. The $11.4 billion-asset bank bought two smaller banks in May, forcing the company to decide which software platforms to phase out and which to keep.

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