Bank of Madison, Georgia Chooses IBT Front Line i2Teller and an Array of i2Suite Products
CEDAR PARK, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Innovation. Imagination. Integration. IBT, a leading innovator of best-of-breed solutions of cost-effective, enterprise-wide technology for financial institutions announced today that the Bank of Madison, Georgia has chosen several of the IBT i2Suite products. The choices include i2Teller and i2OLB Online banking to enhance the customer experience and improve the processing efficiencies. Additional products purchased were i2phone which delivers information to their customers whenever they need it and i2Reports and i2Docs to streamline the document workflow and back office to enhance their portfolio and offer customers' real time solutions and service.
"We were introduced to IBT by Southern Financial; they really recommended that we witness a demonstration of the Teller product. We immediately recognized that utilizing i2Teller would streamline our current process and allow us to provide better service to our customers. In addition, we've also purchased IBT's Telephone Banking System which will advance the system we currently use. That product will move us ahead light years from where we are now," stated Cameron Coody, Vice President and IT Director. "We are extremely excited to begin implementation of the products. Our retail staff was able to see how they will integrate what we are currently doing and looking forward to using it," said Lori Rhoads Assistant Vice President, Operations Supervisor.
"Once again, the IBT i2Suite of products offer the type of process innovation that improves the customer experience and back office efficiencies while providing a cost effective path for implementation. We believe that successful model clearly demonstrates The IBT Difference," said Mike Golebiowski, President of IBT.
About The Bank of Madison
Our Commitment to Our Customers is to offer honest, knowledgeable and professional financial service. Earn and value our customers' trust. Work to understand our customers' individual financial needs. Meet those needs to the best of our ability. Surprise them with solutions to needs they haven't even realized yet. Continue to learn our business to ensure that we always provide the most current financial options. Continue to ensure the security of our clients' financial information, both in our offices and online. Make banking convenient, efficient and pleasant for our clients. Get to know our customers individually so we can call them by name. Greet them with a smile and welcome them to our offices. Demonstrate every day, to every customer that we exist to serve this community. We commit to treat each customer exactly as we want to be treated.
For more information, visit www.bankofmadisonga.com.
Headquartered in Cedar Park, Texas, IBT specializes in providing complete enterprise automation for financial institutions with products such as core processing, Check 21 proof automation, mobile banking, internet banking, document imaging, and Personal Financial Management applications complete with 24/7 support services. The company focus is to push the innovation envelope to improve process and deliver reliable real time information across all delivery channels. The IBT suite of products delivers robust functionality and flexibility with product creation making the cost of ownership affordable while dramatically improving customer experience.
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