Sterling Financial Corporation, whose principal operating subsidiary does business in California as Sonoma Bank and Borrego Springs Bank, has announced that Sonoma Bank is launching a robust mobile banking suite for consumer customers.
Now, Sonoma Bank customers can manage accounts with a mobile phone or a tablet using the Sonoma Bank Mobile App, which is available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Customers can also access accounts with Mobile Web or enroll in Text Banking and text the bank to receive account balance and recent transactions.
“We’re excited about providing a suite of mobile banking solutions that address our customers’ desire for convenient and on-the-go banking,” said Patricia Baughman, SVP and director of Corporate Product Management and Market Research at Sonoma Bank. “By bringing banking to our customers’ mobile devices, we can be where they want us, when they want us.”
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