Please join us in welcoming Shawn Roop to our Support team as the newest Support Engineer!
SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- Teslar Software, provider of portfolio management tools that aggregate and automate lending and deposit operations for community financial institutions, announced today that Citizens Bank & Trust has partnered with them to streamline lending processes from beginning to end, boosting efficiencies and creating a better customer experience.
Red River Bank Selects Teslar Software’s Full Suite of Portfolio Management Tools
$2.8 billion-asset bank chooses end-to-end loan origination platform to boost efficiencies, support growth
Conferences are on our mind right now as we’re preparing for the annual Teslar User Conference coming up this September. Navigating conferences in this post-pandemic/lingering pandemic atmosphere poses its own challenges as we seek to meet the needs and preferences of our clients.
Please join us in welcoming Justin Smith to our Support team as the newest Infrastructure Tech Support!
Surrey Bank & Trust Partners with Teslar Software to Automate Lending Operations
Community bank focused on C&I lending gains market visibility while cutting reporting times
in half, enables loan officers to focus on high-touch relationships
Springdale, Ark., July 7, 2021 – Teslar Software, provider of portfolio management tools that aggregate and automate lending and deposit operations for community financial institutions, announced today that their technology powered over 20% of Paycheck Protection Program loans issued in 2021. The 1.3 million loans powered by Teslar this year represent $22 billion of funding for small businesses across the country. The fintech received SBA approval of 80 loans per minute during peak times.
Community banks have always been good at creating lifetime customers, but evolving technology and customer demands can complicate your ability to satisfy customers post-pandemic. There is a running joke in the banking industry that the pandemic took five years of technology growth and pressed it into one. With the additional demands put on bankers by the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), that joke is one hundred percent true. Now that these digital expectations have been set, there’s no going back. Bankers can’t revert to doing things the same way they did before the pandemic. It’s just not an option.