Fiserv, a provider of financial services technology solutions, has announced that the Bank of Botetourt has selected the Precision bank account processing platform in addition to a range of customer-facing solutions including online banking, bill pay, mobile banking, social payments and remote deposit capture.
“The Precision platform and Fiserv integration from multiple access points will help us virtually eliminate data-entry errors and free up staff time to serve customers,” said Andrew Shotwell, senior vice president of operations, Bank of Botetourt. “Our move to outsourced processing will enable us to move additional people from the back office to the front line so our organization can focus on the high-quality services and support that our customers want and deserve.”
The bank selected several Fiserv solutions for small and midsized business customers to expand its commercial offerings. These include WireXchange for wire transfers and Merchant Source Capture for image check capture.
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