Allied First Bank switches to IBT for remote deposit capture

Source: IBT

IBT, a leading innovator of financial services products and best-of-breed solutions in process innovation and customer experience, today announced that Allied First Bank in Oswego, Illinois has deployed IBT's I2RDC remote deposit capture solution to all its customers.

Andrew S. Hardin, Vice President of Operations and Marketing at Allied, said, "In 2005, we had our entire remote capture with another company and it was really expensive. As time went on they never updated their technology infrastructure. We were paying a lot of money for what we needed and it was becoming increasingly harder to use. When looking for another provider we knew we needed ease of use for both bank staff and our customers. We chose the IBT product and moved them over in late 2010. IBT is very responsive and has the same philosophy of catering to its customer base by making their product user friendly and state of the art. We are excited about this partnership and look forward to a continued working relationship."

With I2RDC, IBT's integrated remote deposit capture, business customers can electronically deposit right into their account at their convenience. Best of all, images are immediately available for viewing or researching through the I2OLB (Online Banking), IBT's real time alerts, and one never has to leave an office to get this done!

"Bank customers today need access to information immediately. Cash Management is a critical component of the financial management in business and they need to be notified as balances fluctuate throughout the business day. IBT's integrated channel approach and easy-to-use system with real time alerting capabilities makes the information available to the customers when they need it," states Mike Golebiowski, President of IBT.

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