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Mobile is real and really here to stay By Bill Loving As a community banker, my customers always come first. And just like all community bankers, I make decisions based on what will be best for my customers. That’s because what’s best for my customers and community, in the end, is best for my bank. […]

Conestoga Bank

Expanding through video-enabled teller machines By Beth Mattson-Teig Conestoga Bank in Chesterfield, Pa., is proving that adopting the latest technologies isn’t just for the big banks. The $625 million-asset bank was one of the first community banks to debut video teller machines to its customers last year. The units have been so successful that the […]

City Bank Texas

Point-and-snap bill pay keeps mobile customers happy By Elizabeth Judd For some banking consumers, the most taxing part of paying a bill is snapping a photo of the payment coupon, and a little additional thumb twiddling. This spring, City Bank Texas introduced a bill payment app for its mobile banking customers. The Lubbock, Texas-based community […]

Carolina Premier Bank

Relationship banking takes a robotic spin—in a good way By Michael Blankenheim Carolina Premier Bank, based out of Charlotte, N.C., has opened its first out-of-market branch in Washington, D.C. Doing business as Premara Bank, the uber high-tech branch, located in a high-traffic location near the White House, added a chatty roaming robot to its front-line […]

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