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The ever-changing market dynamics and rapidly growing competition has instigated the banks to attain more leeway on the technology front, ushering the convergence of computing, information, and communications. However, with technology lying at the heart of core banking systems, a myriad of challenges like delivering cost effective products and services, and meeting customer demands for real-time and secure access to data platforms are paramount in today’s competitive financial services marketplace. For 35 years, Automated Systems has nurtured a valuable relationship with its clients to assist them in remaining a step ahead in the rapidly evolving financial industry with its flagship product— Insite Core Banking System—a core data processing solution devised to address the unique software needs in community banks. Insite Banking System’s intuitive, modular and user-centric design allows real-time access to signature cards and other customer-related documents with its embedded document-imaging module.
Customers can also access their current information instantly at any given time with a 24-hour telephone banking module interfacing with Insite.
Consumers are becoming more tech savvy every day; paying bills at the touch of a button is becoming an expectation, not just a luxury
Insite Banking System’s Government Loan Accounting (GLA) module assists bank staff to automate and expedite rigorous loan servicing and processing requirements associated with government programs. With the help of GLA, lenders can skip relying on secondary market vendors for these servicing relationships and manage all facets of mortgage funding relationship themselves.
Automated Systems values the partnerships it has developed with community banks to design advanced solutions. “Early in our existence we identified the need for dedicated solutions geared to meet the needs of community banks. With the difference we have made for so many of our clients, we look ahead to having more opportunities to do so in the next 35 years,” concludes Perry.