Jack Henry Banking is a division of Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. (JKHY) that provides integrated computer systems to banks ranging from de novo to multi-billion dollar institutions.
Today it announced a refreshed SilverLake System®, designed to provide a modern, dynamic core environment that is even more responsive to how its bank clients want to do business.
As Jack Henry & Associates celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, the organization continues to focus on evolving the way the core functions for the modern banker. A bank's core becomes the nucleus of an anytime, anywhere, constantly changing infrastructure. Through the SilverLake System, banks have a dynamic starting point for real-time processing and customer experiences that create loyalty.
Jack Henry Banking continuously updates the underlying technology and architecture of the SilverLake System to provide banks with a solution that constantly meets their changing business needs. More than one in four U.S. banks with assets $1 to $30 billion employ the SilverLake System as they serve their customers every day. The fully refreshed SilverLake System now enables these banks to:
- Define their own transaction posting preferences electronically through Real Time™ processing;
- Deliver a unified digital suite to customers that's more intuitive for bank employees;
- Make branch banking more visual, interactive and efficient via an enterprise mobile strategy with Branch Anywhere™;
- Achieve additional layers of core customization with PowerOn® functionality; and
- Streamline and standardize multi-step business processes with enterprise-wide automation through jhaEnterprise Workflow™.
Stacey Zengel, president of Jack Henry Banking, stated, "This year, our 40th year in business, marks an important evolution in the state of core processing at Jack Henry Banking. As an organization centered on the concept of providing the greatest value and highest levels of customer service, it is important that we continue to push these standards and deliver solutions that drive our clients' business forward. As banking changes, we remain committed to staying ahead of those changes so that our bankers can thrive regardless of the competitive, regulatory or economic dynamics."
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