DCI signs four new clients

DCI signs four new clients

A Kansas-based banking software developer, Data Centre Inc (DCI), has signed four new clients for its flagship core banking system, iCore360.

Oregon Coast Bank ($216 million in assets) will replace Fiserv’s Premier core system with iCore360. 

Flora Bank and Trust ($69 million in assets) in Illinois and Lakeside State Bank ($70 million in assets) in Oklahoma will swap the core software from Nicola Banking System (NBS) with that of DCI.

Cowboy State Bank, a $45 million bank in Wyoming, will replace the Automated Systems Inc (ASI) core with iCore360.

All four banks are going to be processed out of DCI’s service bureau. The vendor says its solution was chosen for “integration, automation of processes and cost savings”.

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  • Greg Ewing 25 October, 2017 at 1534

    Thanks for the press!

    • Greg Ewing 7 November, 2017 at 0109

      We actually encourage prospective customers to contact and visit our clients. Our community bankers are our best sales advocates. With US based 24/7/365 support, our service is unparalleled in the industry.

  • Keith Thompson 3 November, 2017 at 1336

    A community bankers core helping community banks.

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