Mutual of Omaha Bank, a full-service bank based in the US, has completed implementation of Fiserv’s banking solution – the Signature bank platform.
Mutual of Omaha Bank chose Fiserv to provide more than 11 integrated solutions, including innovative products for account processing, online banking and bill payment. The new technology will help Mutual of Omaha Bank continue serving its customers with comprehensive and reliable banking services in their communities.
The Fiserv solution includes the Signature bank platform, online banking through Corillian Online, online bill payment, commercial cash management, electronic funds transfer (EFT), card management, item processing, Nautilus Enterprise content management, WireXchange, and risk and performance management solutions.
“We want to extend our brand and service to markets across the country while maintaining our financial stability. With Fiserv as a partner, we are able to offer our customers proven technology, such as Corillian Online for online banking coupled with online bill pay. Our customers can look forward to their experiences with our bank,” said Lynn Crane, senior vice president, IT and operations, Mutual of Omaha Bank. “Additionally, the Fiserv suite of solutions provides us with the ability to deliver new products and services to our customers in an efficient manner.”
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