Casey State Bank chooses CSI for core banking system

 
Jan. 15, 2013

Casey, Ill.-based Casey State Bank ($250 million in assets) has selected Computer Services Inc. of Paducah, Ky., to provide a new core system and managed services for its IT operations. The bank will use the CSI NuPoint core solution to deliver cloud-based core technology and other IT solutions to its 10 banking locations.

The NuPoint platform offers a comprehensive, customizable core banking system that supports a number of fully integrated solutions. Leveraging this technology will allow Casey State Bank to eliminate hardware and software expenditures that were previously required for its in-house systems, CSI said in its announcement of the deal.

Casey State Bank is already working with the CSI Managed Services Division, using its VoIP services and relying on its support team to manage network and PC equipment.

"As we strive for continued growth within our marketplace, we recognized the need to work with a partner that could deliver solutions that make us even more technologically competitive within our local banking industry," said Brad Wolfe, president and CEO of Casey State Bank.

"By partnering with CSI, we expect to see significant improvements in our internal and external business operations, and anticipate a growing long-term relationship with the company in the future."

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Topics: Outsourcing , Software


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