CSI signs Morgantown Bank and Trust

Source: CSI

Morgantown Bank & Trust has selected Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) (OTCQX: CSVI), a provider of end-to-end financial technology solutions, as its new core banking provider.

Based in Western Kentucky, the bank is converting to CSI’s NuPoint® core processing solution in order to offer more robust digital banking solutions and create the technology foundation for their future strategic growth plans.

Morgantown Bank & Trust, which has grown its geographical footprint, chose CSI as the bank looks to provide more integrated banking solutions that will position it for continued growth. According to bank executives, CSI offers extensive and advanced solutions, especially through its digital banking services, that will help the bank provide a more seamless omnichannel banking experience.

Bank executives also cited CSI’s individualized services, support and a culture comparable to their own as key factors in their decision.

“When it comes to the arduous task of converting cores, we needed to make sure we selected the perfect partner,” said Jason Jones, senior vice president and chief operations officer of Morgantown Bank & Trust. “CSI’s comprehensive digital services and high level of support made the decision simple. Furthermore, we emphasize working with companies that fit our culture of being community driven and customer-centric, which CSI matches flawlessly.”

In addition to CSI’s cloud-based core and robust digital suite, Morgantown Bank & Trust also selected additional solutions, including EFT and card services, payments services, CSI IQ data analysis and teller capture. According to Jones, these tools are valuable to Morgantown Bank & Trust as it continues to expand and strive to be an efficient bank for its customers.

“At CSI, we prioritize understanding our customers’ needs and delivering personalized services to best fit their unique institution,” said Steve Powless, CSI’s chairman and chief executive officer. “We are excited to work with Morgantown Bank & Trust to help them meet their goals of offering innovative digital banking services to their customers and providing a technology foundation that positions them for long-term success.”

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