Ephrata National Bank selects Apiture to deliver online and mobile banking solutions
By Edlyn Cardoza
Apiture, a leading provider of digital banking solutions, recently announced that Ephrata National Bank (ENB), a Lancaster County, Pennsylvania-based community bank, has selected the Apiture Digital Banking Platform to power its online and mobile banking solutions.
ENB sought a partner to help it deliver the innovative digital banking capabilities most important to its community at the speed required in today’s competitive environment. Through integrations with hundreds of FinTech partners and a customer-driven development approach, Apiture’s Consumer Banking and Business Banking solutions will enable ENB to deliver a fully-featured, seamless digital banking experience to its customers.
“We found that Apiture strikes an optimal balance between state-of-the-art technology and speed to innovation that will enable us to best serve the digital banking needs of our community,” said Randy Covington, ENB SVP, Information and Technology Officer. “At the same time, we believe Apiture will deliver the same degree of outstanding service and support to ENB that we have been providing to our customers for more than 140 years.”
“As a true partner to our clients, Apiture recognizes the importance of understanding the unique priorities of each financial institution we serve and having the flexibility to rapidly innovate as their needs evolve,” said Chris Cox, chief operating officer, Apiture. “We are thrilled to welcome ENB to the Apiture family.”
The Company delivers digital banking solutions to banks and credit unions throughout the United States. Their flexible, highly configurable solutions meet a wide range of financial institutions’ needs, from levelling the playing field with larger banks to enabling unique, digital-only brands. Through their API-first strategy, their clients can maximise the capabilities of their platform while preserving a seamless user experience.
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