Today’s community financial institutions are increasingly adept at adapting to today’s changing financial services industry. With new technologies, more advanced customer needs and more opportunities for banking online and on mobile, community banks are looking for ways to innovate while retaining and attracting customers.
COCC works with community financial institutions to adapt as well. COCC’s open core system and flexible, extensible technologies are perfectly poised to not only help community banks stay open, but to help them flourish and grow even in times of change.
COCC helps to keep the lights on at your local financial institution.
Here are some of the ways how:
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...read more
Measuring profitability is very important at Adams Community Bank. Charlie O’Brien, President & Chief Executive Officer, stated, “We have developed strategies to retain and grow our relationships with top account holders and to find more prospects with similar...read more
Focusing on partnership and communication, Middlesex Federal Savings and Novo have developed a service and relationship that enables them both to focus on their respective spaces.read more
OneUnited leveraged COCC’s open architecture and existing APIs to integrate their new platform directly into the INSIGHT core, allowing for real-time data integration and a streamlined account opening process.read more
Providing this level of additional service is indicative of the partnership COCC maintains with its clients, taking the extra step to ensure those institutions remain safe and secure.read more
“COCC has provided tools and resources to us, such as enterprise servers, enterprise backup, and Security Operations Center, that would have been cost prohibitive if we were to try and bring these tools into the bank independent of COCC.”read more