Fiserv has announced that Ridgewood Savings Bank has selected the DNA account processing platform and several complementary solutions to accelerate its growth.
The USD5.1bn asset bank will use the integrated Fiserv solution to attract new customers, deepen existing relationships and enhance its already excellent reputation for customer service.
“DNA is a key component of our strategy to make Ridgewood Savings Bank more visible and competitive in the marketplace,” said Peter M. Boger, chairman, president & CEO of Ridgewood Savings Bank. “The platform’s business intelligence tools will help us add relationships and expand existing ones while delivering on our commitment to superior service. We’ll offer new services and boost efficiency with a state-of-the-art platform that we can build on for years to come.”
“While Ridgewood Savings Bank is new to DNA, this leading community bank has been a valued partner with Fiserv for over 20 years,” said Steve Cameron, president, Open Solutions Division, Fiserv. “Ridgewood Savings Bank’s selection of DNA reflects the success of our longstanding relationship and provides us with an even greater opportunity to help the bank grow with a vast array of integrated Fiserv solutions.”
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