Strunk team members were thrilled to once again, be a part of the Independent Community Bankers Association, ICBA Live event. People were excited to be back in person and attendance at ICBA in San Antonio was the largest crowd in the history of the conference. Strunk highlighted their overdraft service and best-in-class governance, risk and compliance software solutions.This year, Strunk was proud to introduce their new partner, Quilo to the ICBA Live attendees.
Quilo has been selected to be a part of the ICBA ThinkTECH Accelerator program, a community bank-focused fintech accelerator run in partnership with The Venture Center. The highlight of the ICBA Live event was certainly Quilo winning the ICBA Banker’s Choice Award for 2022!
For years, Stunk has lead the way when it comes to digitizing community bank and operations. Digital technology should be a top priority for all financial institutions and Quilo is the #1 new technology on the market. Quilo is an all-digital loan and payment platform empowering community financial institutions to offer POS financing directly to account holders.
Quilos can be used for new purchases online or in store, to pay down credit card balances, or to replenish a checking account for debit card purchases. Community banks can take advantage of the lowest Cost of Funds and generate high-yield ROA while offering a competitively lower rate than FinTech lenders and major credit card issuers. Account holders will experience stress-free, instant access to funds via the digital experience online and on mobile devices, while community financial institutions will enjoy net income up to 5% ROA.
Best of all, Quilo comes with a turn-key, fully managed multi-channel promotion and marketing campaign with co-branded creative for micro-site, direct mail, in-branch, drive-thru and teller material, outdoor billboards, email, text messaging and social media.
To learn more about Quilo or to schedule a demo, visit StrunkAccess.com.
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