nCino, LLC, the leader in secure, cloud-based bank operating solutions to the financial services industry, announced that it has been selected as an endorsed vendor by Community Bank Services, a subsidiary of the North Carolina Bankers Association. nCino has also entered into a referral partnership agreement with the South Carolina Bankers Association to introduce the nCino Bank Operating System to community banks in South Carolina.
Kim Hutchens, Executive Vice President of Community Bank Services, said, "I can personally attest to this product being truly revolutionary. Having previously served as a Chief Administration Officer for a North Carolina based bank, I can visually remember our Chief Credit Officer and entire compliance team spending late hours and weekends putting together spreadsheets for the examiners and auditors. This system not only improves regulatory compliance, but can literally eliminate exam prep time."
nCino CEO Pierre Naudé said, "We are pleased to have the relationship with the North Carolina Bankers Association, which is a testament to their focus and support of community banking in North Carolina and the capabilities of the nCino Bank Operating System. We are equally excited about our partnership with the South Carolina Bankers Association and look forward to introducing the nCino solution together to their member banks."
Fred L. Green, III, president and CEO of the South Carolina Bankers Association, said, "The many years I spent as a bank CEO, combined with the relationships I have with our SCBA member banks, gives me a deep understanding of the current challenges faced by community banks. After seeing nCino's bank operating system, I feel strongly that it will have a very positive impact on operational efficiency and regulatory compliance at these banks. The SCBA strives to introduce products of value to our members, and we are pleased to partner with nCino."
nCino's Bank Operating System leverages the power and security of the Salesforce.com platform to provide transparency across relationship management, portfolio management and internal policies. Originally developed within a live banking environment, the system organizes and automates data, eliminating the use of spreadsheets and duplicate loan documents. Its reporting and dashboard features also enable real-time tracking, and the built-in covenant monitoring and business intelligence features help reduce regulatory compliance costs and policy exceptions.
Wilmington, N.C.-based nCino, LLC is the leader in cloud-based bank operating solutions to the financial services industry. Through its flagship Bank Operating System solution, nCino leverages the power of Salesforce.com® to provide small- to mid-sized financial institutions with superior transparency and clarity into their existing loan production pipelines, portfolios and operating efficiencies across all business lines, resulting in increased profitability, productivity gains and regulatory compliance. For more information, visit http://www.ncino.com.
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The North Carolina Bankers Association was established in 1897. The Community Bankers Association of North Carolina merged with the NCBA on January 1, 1997. The resulting organization continues as the North Carolina Bankers Association operating under its original charter. The trade group offers legislative liaison in the North Carolina General Assembly and the US Congress on behalf of its membership. It provides educational and training programs, media relations, insurance benefits programs, the Carolina Banker magazine, regulatory and compliance assistance, and other services to its member financial institutions. It also operates, as a wholly owned subsidiary, the Community Investment Corporation of the Carolinas which provides long-term, low-cost financing for low to moderate income multi-family developments in the state.
The South Carolina Bankers Association (SCBA) has proudly served South Carolina's banking industry for more than 110 years. The SCBA is the professional trade association organized to effectively represent the common interest and welfare of the banking industry in South Carolina, and to promote the professional development of its members and individual practitioners.