PADUCAH, Ky., June 6, 2017 – The Ohio Bankers League (OBL) has endorsed CSI Secure Connect from Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) (OTCQX: CSVI), a provider of end-to-end financial technology solutions. Through CSI Secure Connect, OBL members can enhance corporate communication among both employees and board members, as well as increase productivity and decrease costs. OBL’s endorsement becomes the seventeenth such commendation for CSI’s portal solution by a state banking association.
“As technology continues to drive change and communication becomes more vital to success, banks are keen on leveraging online portals to simplify day-to-day operations,” said J. Michelle Crume, senior vice president and executive director for OBL. “We are pleased to endorse CSI Secure Connect as a solution to help our members manage employee and board communication more effectively, while maintaining top-notch security.”
CSI Secure Connect leverages robust technology that allows institutions to utilize the portal in various ways: employee intranet, board portal and loan committee portal. As an online communication and collaboration tool, the portal simplifies the process of securely accessing, sharing and utilizing data across all organizational levels. Since CSI Secure Connect facilitates secure communication for various audiences throughout the organization, the solution increases productivity and decreases costs while maximizing overall communication in the following ways:
Specifically, as an online board portal, CSI Secure Connect allows remote access to board materials and other confidential documents, eliminating the need to print and ship sensitive information; it also permits specific committees within the organization to facilitate and collaborate on management activities, including reviewing and approving confidential materials. In addition, as an employee intranet, CSI Secure Connect enables organizations, like OBL members, to decrease such communications as mass emails, paper forms and faxes, while utilizing policy manager to automatically distribute necessary information and verify employee receipt.
“As banks look for ways in which they can enhance organizational communication, CSI Secure Connect not only simplifies interactions within the organization, but also drives operational cost savings,” said Paul Koziarz, group president for CSI Regulatory Compliance. “We are excited to partner with OBL to help Ohio banks streamline complicated communication processes by empowering them to leverage secure portal technology that enhances how, when and where important communication occurs.”
About Computer Services, Inc.
Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) delivers core processing, managed services, mobile and Internet solutions, payments processing, print and electronic distribution, regulatory compliance and treasury management solutions to financial institutions and corporate customers across the nation. Exceptional service, dynamic solutions and superior results are the foundation of CSI’s reputation and have resulted in the company’s inclusion in such top industry-wide rankings as the FinTech 100, Talkin’ Cloud 100 and MSPmentor Top 501 Global Managed Service Providers List. CSI’s stock is traded on OTCQX under the symbol CSVI. For more information about CSI, visit www.csiweb.com.
About the Ohio Bankers League
The Ohio Bankers League is the trade association for the Ohio banking industry – and is Ohio’s only organization focused on meeting the needs of all banks and thrifts in the Buckeye State. For more than 125 years, the OBL has been the voice of the Ohio banking industry fostering a cooperation that has made it one of the strongest and most reputable financial trade associations in the country. By linking banks, bankers, and industry experts – and by pooling their intellectual and capital resources – the OBL serves as a powerful creator of knowledge and collective resources. The non-profit association is comprised of 194 FDIC-insured financial institutions including commercial banks, savings banks, and savings and loan associations ranging in size from just over $13 million in assets to more than $2.7 trillion. For more information, visit www.ohiobankersleague.com.