First National Bank of Cunningham implements IBT's i2Suite
10 July 2013 | 879 views | 0
IBT, a leading innovator of best-of-breed solutions of cost-effective, enterprise-wide technology for financial institutions announced today that The First National Bank of Cunningham, Kansas (FNBC) has chosen IBT's i2Suite of products with i2Core as the foundation which provides a stable, proven, enterprise-wide solution that utilizes the latest state-of-the-art technology to deliver consistent information across all customer delivery channels.
FNBC will have the ability to seamlessly leverage the entire portfolio of IBT's suite of products, which includes the i2Teller Teller System, i2Phone Telephone Banking, i2OLB Internet Banking products and i2Doc for electronic document workflow efficiencies. This suite of products will increase FNBC's process efficiencies through the seamless integration of i2Core as its foundation delivering the ultimate in customer satisfaction and experience.
"We were searching for a core processor for about six months when I got a call from Mark Dittman, IBT's CEO asking if they could put in a bid. His personal involvement to explain the products and his approach to negotiate a solution and financial proposal that fit the bank's objectives made choosing IBT an easy decision. Mr. Eric Meyers, our president is particularly satisfied with the financial and call report components of the i2Suite of products. It eases the regulatory burden experienced by the bank with a system that is user friendly and easy to use. We are a small bank and we appreciate IBT's effortless ability to treat us like we are their most important client," stated Lisa Befort, Vice President of FNB Cunningham.
"We pride ourselves in our deliberate focus of providing the highest level of personalized service to our customers. By assisting them in transition to new and improved cloud technology across their enterprise, it allows the First National Bank of Cunningham to achieve their customer mission. That is what we call the IBT Difference," states Mike Golebiowski, president of IBT.