Malauzai Software, a provider of mobile banking SmartApps for financial institutions, has announced that Atlantic Capital Bank has leveraged the company’s mobile banking solutions to meet the growing needs of its client base.
Atlantic Capital Bank’s founders saw the growth of mobility in banking, as they only opened one banking centre. Atlantic Capital Bank sought a technology that would provide clients with the most advanced mobile banking experience, so they selected Malauzai based on the reputation of its SmartApps and user friendly interface.
“At Atlantic Capital, we focus on bringing the bank to our clients. An important piece of this puzzle was creating a mobile app allowing private banking clients to bank anytime, anywhere,” said Kurt Shreiner, Executive Vice President of Treasury Services at Atlantic Capital Bank. “Malauzai’s SmartApps offer our clients a robust app that makes banking with Atlantic Capital as easy as opening the Go! Mobile app.”
“This is just the beginning of a strong relationship with Atlantic Capital Bank as we develop features for their private banking and commercial clients,” said Robb Gaynor, chief product officer and co-founder of Malauzai. “This bank’s story proves that an institution needs mobile no matter what type of customer it serves. We look forward to helping Atlantic Capital launch a successful mobile app and achieve their business goals.”
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