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New Jack Henry CEO Looks to Credit Cards, Acquisitions for Growth

New Jack Henry CEO Looks to Credit Cards, Acquisitions for Growth

by January 21, 2016 at 9:56 am 0 comments

Financial technology firm Jack Henry & Associates will soon have a new CEO — but it won’t be changing its culture. The CEO-to-be is Dave Foss, no stranger to the company — he’s been at JHA for 18 years, most recently as president, a role he will retain as CEO. In July,Read More

Breaking the Ball & Chain of Core Banking

Breaking the Ball & Chain of Core Banking

by September 24, 2015 at 10:34 am 1 comment

It may be time to rethink the core. Core transactional systems are commonly derided as being outdated and slow, yet they are rock-solid for what they do, such as maintaining an accurate record of how much money is in your account. Oh yeah, that. At Finovate last week, two vendors discussed plans forRead More

Better Support, Not Better Tech, Confounds Banks

Better Support, Not Better Tech, Confounds Banks

by August 7, 2015 at 12:44 pm 2 comments

How can banks give their customers the “Simple” experience? That clean design, contextual messaging, safe-to-spend alerts — isn’t this a massive technological challenge for supposedly backward banks? Not according to Wade Arnold, managing director at Jack Henry & Associates. Arnold praised Simple’s design and functionality, while noting the account wasRead More

Is There Hope for Community Banks?

Is There Hope for Community Banks?

by March 20, 2015 at 10:26 am 2 comments

Most Americans would like to do their banking with a community institution, but don’t. This is bad news for community banks. A survey released last week, the 2015 Consumer Banking Insights study, notes that Americans feel very positively about community banks and and credit unions. The study was sponsored byRead More

Andera to Be Acquired by Bottomline Technologies for $45 Million

Andera to Be Acquired by Bottomline Technologies for $45 Million

by April 1, 2014 at 10:06 am 0 comments

After a long cold winter, warmth and sunshine are finally coming back — and M&A activity is heating up right along with it. The frenzy in financial services isn’t limited to the banks. Vendors have caught the bug too. Andera, the online account-opening specialist, will be acquired by cloud-banking providerRead More

Who’s Marketing That New Product for Banks? Increasingly, Their Vendors

Who’s Marketing That New Product for Banks? Increasingly, Their Vendors

by November 8, 2013 at 12:55 pm 5 comments

Smaller vendors are increasingly assuming marketing responsibilities with banks to help get products in front of customers. MoneyDesktop is known for its beautiful user experience and slick functionality — who doesn’t love those bubble budgets? — but the company is taking a deeper dive into partnering with banks with itsRead More

Potts No Longer Banno’s President

by November 5, 2013 at 5:55 pm 0 comments

Charles Potts, who became president of Banno last Jan. 30, has abruptly left the technology company. Potts had served on Banno‘s board since 2010. Wade Arnold, Banno’s founder, said he and Potts had a difference of vision for the company. Potts, for his part, simply disclosed to Bank Innovation thatRead More

Fiserv Heads Downmarket to Sell Data Analytics to Small Banks — and Meets Banno

Fiserv Heads Downmarket to Sell Data Analytics to Small Banks — and Meets Banno

by July 29, 2013 at 12:08 pm 0 comments

Financial software provider Fiserv is looking to community banks and the small businesses they serve for its next revenue opportunity. Other vendors, such as Banno, are fishing the same waters. Both companies seek to increase revenue for FIs using data analytics, or “big data.” George Noga, SVP/managing director of FiservRead More

Banno Adds New Marketing Feature to Its Banking Platform

by May 14, 2013 at 10:14 am 0 comments

Banno, the Cedar Falls, Iowa, banking technology company, today will unveil Kernel, a marketing application that “helps financial institutions deliver relevant content and enhance lead generation.” According to the company, Kernel “adjusts advertisement delivery between mobile, online banking, and other experiences based on users’ interest and interaction with each channel.Read More

Why Bank Innovation Startups Need to ‘Pivot’

Why Bank Innovation Startups Need to ‘Pivot’

by May 8, 2013 at 11:49 am 1 comment

Earlier this week, Pageonce ditched its brand for a new identity — Check — and stepped in a different direction toward bill payment from PFM. This is a move to be proud of. Pageonce, which is an Israeli company, exhibited a strength that too many US companies lack: the abilityRead More