Allied First Bank deploys IBT remote deposit capture tech

Source: IBT

IBT, Inc., a leading provider of cutting edge solutions for community financial institutions announced today that Allied First Bank of Oswego, IL has deployed IBT's remote deposit capture (RDC) function to streamline operations, improve back-office efficiencies and reduce risk with a user friendly experience.

"Allied First began as an American Airlines credit union; then in June of 2007 received a commercial bank charter. We pride ourselves on being automated – we offer many of the same products that larger financial institutions use. However, we still consider ourselves a community bank that provides our customers user-friendly ways to remotely and safely make deposits in real time. We were looking for a vendor that would blend and work well with our current core provider's software and we discovered IBT did that extremely well. The RDC product is easy to use. We have the remote and mobile deposit that is processed and settled everyday by our teller department. Pretty routine and easy to do and our customers love the product because of its ease of operations. Using IBT's RDC software helps us to remain 'The high tech bank with the hometown touch,'" stated Ken Holmstrom, Senior Vice President of Operation.

"IBT continues to have one of the most flexible and user-friendly RDC products on the market with interfaces to over 25 different core platforms. Our solutions are engineered with a strong focus on the customer experience. We have a history of successful partnerships with banks like Allied First by providing services with the best cost-effective solution for their customers. That best describes to what we refer to as 'The IBT Difference,'" said Mike Golebiowski, president of IBT. 

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