Intrieve reports five account processing contracts

Source: Intrieve

Over the last three months, Intrieve, Incorporated, a leading solutions provider to financial institutions, has reached long term agreements with five banks to provide outsourced core account processing, plus a variety of other complementary processing requirements and strategic software solutions.

These banks are all moving from in-house processing systems, further validating the importance of outsourcing critical technology requirements to a proven outsourcing partner like Intrieve.

Two of Intrieve's newest customers, Home National Bank of Thorntown and First National Bank of Odon, are Indiana-based. West Plains Bank and Trust Company is in Missouri while Millennia Community Bank of Greenville is in North Carolina. Edgartown National Bank is located in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. Intrieve's reputation of excellent customer service and an array of diverse, reliable solutions are the primary reasons for each bank's decision.

Intrieve offers banks many other solutions beyond core processing. ATM support and Debit Card authorization, Internet banking and bill payment services, financial accounting solutions, along with, image-based check payment processing, branch capture and Check 21 capabilities are some of Intrieve's many offerings. These five new Intrieve clients are representative of other Intrieve clients that needed to expand their technological capabilities and provide more modern banking services to meet customers' needs. Intrieve's scalable and flexible solutions can fit the needs of all community based financial institutions regardless of location.

Intrieve President and Chief Executive Officer John "Jack" Kuntz understands Intrieve's success is tied to customer service. "Intrieve's customer service and support are vital in our partnerships with customers. Financial institutions choose Intrieve because we have the products, services, and technology to help them serve their customer base. We succeed when our customers thrive and grow."

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