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BranchServ signs First Citizens Bank

16 July 2009  |  1557 views  |  0 Source: BranchServ

BranchServ, the leading supplier of physical and electronic security equipment and service to U.S. branch banking networks, today announced that it has entered into a multi-year agreement to provide service to First Citizens Bank, one of the largest privately owned and operated financial institutions in South Carolina.

Under the new agreement, BranchServ will provide preventative maintenance and on-call service to all of First Citizens Bank's more than 180 retail branch locations, located throughout South Carolina and Georgia.

First Citizens Bank offers individuals and businesses a broad range of banking services throughout its network including brokerage and investment services, as well as and wealth management, trust and retirement services. As one of the oldest banking institutions in the region with roots dating back to 1913, First Citizens Bank has earned a long-standing reputation for providing outstanding customer service.

"We are extremely pleased to have this opportunity to serve First Citizens Bank. Our commitment to superior customer service and excellence is only matched by First Citizens Bank's extremely high standards," commented Tim Layaou, BranchServ's Vice President and Southeast Regional Manager.

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