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Banc Intranets Adds Clients, Keeps Growing despite Banking Industry Woes(October 10, 2011)
Johnson City, Tenn. (PRWEB) October 10, 2011
In a year when many regional and community financial institutions are either recovering or being acquired, Banc Intranets continues to have success delivering efficient solutions that help institutions employees accomplish more with less. Recently, the Tennessee-based enterprise content management provider added a number of new clients, including CapitalMark, The Bank and Trust, Greater Rome Bank, Alterra Bank, Hyde Park Savings Bank and East Cambridge Savings Bank.
Banc Intranets offers a variety of products and services that save clients money, time and other resources. In addition, the companys employee intranets, board portals, learning management system and custom websites are enabling clients to improve the delivery and management of information among their employees, executives and board members.
As a leading creator of high-quality content management solutions for banks and credit unions, we are delighted to provide financial institutions with solutions to help them conduct business more competitively and profitably, said Mark Anderson, Banc Intranets President and CEO.
Due to its consistently effective and affordable solutions, Banc Intranets has been able to add a number of financial institutions to its growing client roster this year. Recent additions include CapitalMark in Tennessee, The Bank and Trust in Texas, Greater Rome Bank in Georgia, Alterra Bank in Kansas, and Hyde Park Savings Bank and East Cambridge Savings Bank, both in Massachusetts.
The addition of these new clients is a significant accomplishment this year, when many commercial and investment banks are still reeling from the aftermath of a financial crisis that stretched from 2007 to 2010. The list of entities affected by the crisis has been extensive. For example, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) closed a record number of banks, the Federal Housing Agency assumed control of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, JPMorgan Chase acquired Bear Stearns. And retail banking giant Bank of America acquired both Merrill Lynch and Countrywide Financial.
Banc Intranets content management solutions are helping financial institutions improve their processes, so they can operate more effectively in the marketplace. The companys products are designed by financial experts to address the unique challenges and needs of banks, credit unions and trust companies. In addition to serving financial clients, Banc Intranets customizes its content management solutions to meet the needs of hospitals, physician groups, non-profits and business organizations. Banc Intranets primary product line consists of the BankWorks employee intranet product, DirectorsLink board of directors portal and BankTrain learning management software.
Thanks to its web-based solutions, Banc Intranets has had the honor of serving clients in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. The company has been providing user-friendly, turn-key content management solutions since 2003. It is the 2010 winner of a TechStar Application of Internet or Web Technologies award from the Northeast Tennessee Technology Council.
For more information about Banc Intranets and its professional, affordable line of products, call Mark Anderson at 866-390-2262 or visit http://www.bancintranets.com.
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