US-based Casey State Bank has selected Computer Services Inc’s (CSI) NuPoint core banking technology to improve its IT capabilities and boost operational efficiency.
The new tool will offer cloud-based core technology and other services to its 10 banking locations in order to remain competitive with other banks in the region.
Casey State Bank president and chief executive officer Brad Wolfe said that the new technology fulfills the bank’s growing demand of technology upgrade and offers enhanced banking experience to its customers.
The customizable core banking system will significantly reduce the lender’s hardware and software investments previously required for its in-house systems.
It will also allow the bank to set up tailored views of information for each user at their individual workstations.
The bank has already tapped CSI’s Managed Services Division to help enhance its IT capabilities, utilizing the division’s voice over IP offerings and expert support team to more efficiently manage network and PC equipment.
CSI provides core processing, managed services, mobile and Internet technologies, payments processing, print and electronic distribution, and regulatory compliance services to financial institutions and corporate customers.
Casey State Bank has more than $250m in assets and manages 10 offices across Illinois and Indiana, and provides access to 24 hour ATMs, telephone banking and on-line banking services.