Fiserv has announced that Pinnacle Bank, headquartered in Elberton, Ga., has selected the Precision bank platform with outsourced processing from Fiserv to optimize processes and drive efficiencies for the institution. Leaders of the USD578m asset bank also based their decision on the platform’s innovation, scalability and easy integration with the wide array of additional Fiserv solutions selected by the bank.
“Pinnacle Bank’s clients appreciate the personal customer service they receive from a community bank like ours. However, that does not diminish their desire to have the latest digital financial services tools available to them,” said Donna Webb, executive vice president and group operations manager, Pinnacle Bank. “Fiserv solutions will enable us to capitalize on innovative technology to match product delivery channels with customer preferences.”
“Pinnacle Bank has grown significantly in the last five years, and Precision provides a solid, scalable foundation for continued growth and innovation,” said Teri Carstensen, division president, Bank Solutions, Fiserv. “Pinnacle Bank joins the more than one-third of all U.S. financial institutions that look to Fiserv to remain competitive, while navigating increasingly complex regulatory demands and changing consumer preferences.”
Fiserv is the U.S. market leader in account processing services, and more than one-third of U.S. financial institutions rely on Fiserv for account processing solutions and expertise. Fiserv processes 3 out of every 4 online bill payments, and Javelin Strategy & Research named Fiserv “Best in Class” for mobile banking for the second consecutive year.
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