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Goldwater Bank deploys DCI core processing system

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DCI, a provider of full-service bank technology and processing solutions to the financial industry, announced that Goldwater Bank, a de novo institution in Scottsdale, Ariz., has fully implemented DCI's bank management and core processing system, iCore.

iCore is an integrated and relational processing system designed in collaboration with bankers to provide a focused and efficient business management operation.

Opening in April of this year, Goldwater Bank required a flexible core processing solution that could streamline the day-to-day bank operations and create tailor-made products for its commercial and small business customers.

"I was familiar with DCI as early as 1999 and had the opportunity to work with them at another financial institution in 2000," said Kelly Dunn, president and CEO of Goldwater Bank. "I was impressed with DCI's technology and service at the time. Seven years later, our due diligence for Goldwater Bank also favored iCore's technology, customizable features and the high level of service - something I have come to expect from DCI."

According to bank officials, Goldwater Bank chose iCore because of its proven functionality and flexibility (particularly with de novo banks) and the positive previous working relationship between DCI and Goldwater Bank executives. Bank officials also cited DCI's ability to listen and understand Goldwater Bank's business plan and particular technology needs.

"DCI's staff took all our unique information and tailored iCore to be a perfect fit for our needs," continued Dunn. "As a result, iCore gives us the flexibility to customize products for our individual customers, so we can offer very specific products and services to them. We don't have any two loans that are exactly the same, so the flexibility of iCore helps create the different types of loan products our customers demand."

"DCI prides itself on listening to our customers and providing them with the technology and services that directly address their needs," said John Jones, president and CEO of DCI. "Most banks that choose DCI want a processing system that is flexible enough to provide an extensive array of technology options for their unique style and business strategy, while streamlining the general bank operations as well. We worked very closely with Goldwater Bank on their decision and implementation of iCore, and we look forward to helping the bank realize its strategic goals."

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