Success Story

Leveraging Technology to Build Community

Leveraging Technology to Build Community

In the midst of the pandemic, Thomaston Savings Bank leveraged its partnership with COCC to deploy innovative technology and deliver much needed financial services to its community. In the process, the bank grew 33% while supporting its neighborhoods.

Growth Fueled by Technological Prowess

Growth Fueled by Technological Prowess

LUSO Federal Credit Union’s foresight and partnership with COCC ensured they already had a robust digital product portfolio in place, including a suite of digital solutions like digital and mobile banking, remote deposit capture, and bill pay.

Making an Impression with Marketing Services

Making an Impression with Marketing Services

For over 75 years, the bank has remained close to its neighborhood roots, supporting local residents, farmers and small business owners. In an effort to better reach and engage with their community, Sherwood State Bank explored how the institution could maximize its marketing potential to do just that.

Growing with Technology

Growing with Technology

As New England’s oldest private bank, National Iron Bank has been serving its Connecticut communities since 1847—and evolving to meet its needs. With a digital-first approach to banking for both its employees and customers, National Iron Bank’s philosophy has yielded significant results for the bank.

Building Business with RTP®

Building Business with RTP®

When COCC announced they were taking The Clearing House’s (TCH) Real Time Payments (RTP®) Network live, BankNewport immediately stepped up to the plate. “We saw it as a rare opportunity to get in on something early,” said John Sullivan, Executive Vice President at BankNewport.

Rapid Adaptation with Flexible Infrastructure

Rapid Adaptation with Flexible Infrastructure

When Chelsea Groton Bank implemented COCC’s iWorkstation infrastructure, it did so with the intention of running the institution more efficiently and securely with an eye towards future growth and technology capability. At that time, the bank had no idea just how...