- Landmark Bank has selected FIS for a full suite of digital banking solutions.
- Landmark Bank’s new digital solutions will allow it to gain new insight into its customer base and provide a full suite of online banking options that better support its broad business clientele as well as its retail customers.
- FIS’ digital business solution, in particular, stood out for the ease with which it can be tailored to support businesses of any size as well as its ability to integrate with the bank’s other solutions.
The ability to significantly improve its digital banking offerings to customers and to deepen its strategic technology relationship led Columbia, Mo., based Landmark Bank to select FIS™ (NYSE: FIS), a global leader in banking and payments technology as well as consulting and outsourcing solutions, as its new digital banking provider.
FIS will provide the bank a full suite of digital banking solutions, from remote account origination to business and consumer digital and mobile access, and remote deposit to bill pay. FIS’ digital business solution, in particular, stood out for the ease with which it can be tailored to support businesses of any size, from micro to major commercial customers.
These solutions provide Landmark Bank improved integration with its core banking solution from FIS and prepare it to bring new products to market faster. Bank leaders also liked the access to greater insight from a deepened relationship with FIS as its strategic technology partner. Data collected from FIS’ digital solutions also will provide active analytics to further the bank’s connections and deepen its relationships with customers.
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“Community banks continue to look for ways to expand and improve solutions for their customers in order to better compete in the marketplace,” said Susan Hawkins, EVP and GM, Digital Finance and Digital Payments, FIS. “Combined with the greater integration FIS offered, Landmark Bank’s new digital solutions will allow it to streamline efforts, gain new insight into its customer base and generate value for the bank through stronger digital sales, banking and payment capabilities.”
“FIS is our strategic technology partner so expanding our relationship with them was important,” said Brenda Emerson, chief information officer, Landmark Bank. “We liked that FIS’ digital solutions blended seamlessly with our current technology and appreciate the additional access we will have for FIS to help us maximize our capabilities.”
Landmark Bank is a community bank with $2.1 billion in assets and 42 locations in 28 communities across Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas.
FIS is a global leader in banking and payments technology as well as consulting and outsourcing solutions. With a long history deeply rooted in the financial services sector, FIS serves more than 14,000 institutions in over 130 countries. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., FIS employs more than 42,000 people worldwide and holds leadership positions in payment processing and banking solutions. Providing software, services and outsourcing of the technology that empowers the financial world, FIS is a Fortune 500 company and is a member of Standard & Poor’s 500® Index. For more information about FIS, visitwww.fisglobal.com.
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