DCI, a provider of full-service bank technology and processing solutions to the financial industry, announced today that Colorado Springs, Colo.-based de novo Central Bank & Trust has selected iCore, DCI's processing and bank management software, as the bank's technological backbone.
Central Bank & Trust officials said they selected iCore because they needed technology that could launch the bank to market with full competitive capabilities from day one without the need for several brick and mortar branches. Central Bank & Trust plans to maximize the iCore system to provide expanded online banking, remote deposit and mobile banking in addition to the basic core needs. The bank also preferred the DCI business model and its collaboration with the bankers it serves.
"DCI is more than a technology provider - they are our partner who will keep us in front of the technology curve, so we can focus on banking," said Scott Yeoman, president and CEO of Central Bank & Trust. "iCore gives us capabilities other community banks do not have, so we can compete with large, regional banks on product availability, while still providing the customer service expected from a truly local bank."
As a de novo with limited staff, iCore's relational structure and automation also helps the bank efficiently navigate and manage customer and institution information, documents and services. Yeoman also cited DCI's customer support as a key factor in selecting iCore.
"DCI is built by community bankers for community bankers," said John Jones, DCI's president and CEO. "We will be able to help Central Bank & Trust save both money and resources, such as full-time employees dedicated to technology upkeep, while still providing a full range of technology solutions to their customers. We look forward to helping the bank grow in the Colorado Springs community."