• Evans Bank selected FIS as its new core banking provider.
• Bank leaders wanted a new solution that could modernize systems and expand technology capabilities.
• This supports the bank’s goal to invest in technology that will allow its customers to bank whenever, wherever, and however they’d like.
Supporting its business goals of modernizing systems and expanding its technology capabilities, Evans Bank has selected FIS™, a global leader in banking and payments technology as well as consulting and outsourcing solutions, as its core banking provider.
Faced with their proprietary and functionally limited core banking solution, bank leaders wanted a new solution that was robust enough to support their current product set and flexible enough to grow with them, giving them the ability to further enhance their alternative banking services for customers, while also streamlining back office operations and improving regulatory compliance measures.
Based on the breadth and quality of solutions, they were confident FIS possessed the “whole arsenal.”
“Evans Bank strives to customize its products and services for all of its individual business and retail customers,” said Anthony Jabbour, CEVP, Integrated Financial Solutions, FIS. “That requires a wide range of capabilities that FIS can provide. When coupled with our reputation for support, FIS was the right choice.”
“When looking to invest in technology that would allow our customers to bank whenever, wherever and however they’d like, FIS offered us a true partnership,” said David J. Nasca, president and CEO of Evans Bank. “Working together on an enhanced core banking solution will enable Evans to provide improved service to customers, increase efficiencies in our back office, and strengthen our commitment to data security.”
Evans Bank is a full-service community bank, with 13 branches, providing comprehensive financial services to consumer, business and municipal customers throughout western New York. It is a subsidiary of Evans Bancorp, Inc.
FIS (fisglobal.com) is a global leader in banking and payments technology as well as consulting and outsourcing solutions. With a long history deeply rooted in the financial services sector, FIS serves more than 14,000 institutions in over 130 countries. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., FIS employs more than 40,000 people worldwide and holds leadership positions in payment processing and banking solutions. Providing software, services and outsourcing of the technology that drives financial institutions, FIS is 426 on the Fortune 500 and is a member of Standard & Poor’s 500® Index.
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