Banking: Season of Possibilities (The Bankadelic Endless Summer Special)

Banking: Season of Possibilities (The Bankadelic Endless Summer Special)

 

It's going to be a hot season of opportunities with the latest trends in the fintech world, so check out the Bankadelic podcast, packed with experts discussing payments, industry changes, and requests. Tune in for a panoramic view of what's happening in the digital banking industry.

DeepTarget and Access Softek Announce the Winner of the Digital Impact 2021 Award

DeepTarget and Access Softek Announce the Winner of the Digital Impact 2021 Award

NAPA, Calif., Nov. 16, 2021 - DeepTarget Inc., a solution provider that utilizes data mining and business intelligence to deliver targeted engagements across digital channels for banks and credit unions, and Access Softek, an omnichannel digital banking provider, today announced from the Access Softek Client Conference, the seven finalists as well as the grand prize winner in their Digital Impact 2021 Awards Program, honoring excellence in digital marketing.

Benchmarking Your Digital Banking Strategy

Benchmarking Your Digital Banking Strategy

Access Softek's founder and CEO Chris Doner applies his experience and expertise to identify and highlight key components of a successful Digital Banking strategy in the Digital Banking Industry Leaders ForumTM article

Credit Unions and Changing Banking Preferences (Part 3)

Credit Unions and Changing Banking Preferences (Part 3)

Chris Doner, founder and CEO of Access Softek took part in panel 'Credit Unions and Changing Banking Preferences', published at FINOPOTAMUS by Roy Urrico.  

Credit Unions and Changing Banking Preferences (Part 2)

Credit Unions and Changing Banking Preferences (Part 2)

Chris Doner, founder and CEO of Access Softek took part in panel 'Credit Unions and Changing Banking Preferences', published at FINOPOTAMUS by Roy Urrico. Part two is below.

Credit Unions and Changing Banking Preferences (Part 1)

Credit Unions and Changing Banking Preferences (Part 1)

Chris Doner, founder and CEO of Access Softek, participated in a three-part "Credit Unions and Changing Banking Preferences" panel, published at FINOPOTAMUS by Roy Urrico. Part one is below. 

Member Access Processing Signs Reseller Agreement with Access Softek

Member Access Processing Signs Reseller Agreement with Access Softek

CUSO to Resell Access Softek Digital Banking Products

 

Berkeley, Calif., August 17, 2021 – Access Softek, an omnichannel digital banking provider, recently announced that Member Access Processing (MAP) has signed an agreement to resell Access Softek’s entire suite of digital banking products.

Seaboard Federal Credit Union Selects Access Softek Robo-Advisor, EasyVest™

Seaboard Federal Credit Union Selects Access Softek Robo-Advisor, EasyVest™

Berkeley, Calif., August 10, 2021 – Access Softek, Inc., an omnichannel digital banking provider, announced that Seaboard Federal Credit Union ($181 million in assets), has selected EasyVest, Access Softek’s integrated robo-advisor solution, to provide automated investing solutions to members. 

Access Softek and ENACOMM Sign Referral Deal

Access Softek and ENACOMM Sign Referral Deal

Berkeley, Calif., July 27, 2021 – Access Softek, an omnichannel digital banking provider, recently announced a referral agreement with ENACOMM, a fintech enablement company that empowers banks, credit unions and credit card companies with affordable, data-driven solutions for improving the customer experience (CX), fighting financial fraud, and increasing operational efficiency. 

The Future of Customer Authentication is Mobile Device Biometrics

The Future of Customer Authentication is Mobile Device Biometrics

by Chris Doner, founder and CEO of Access Softek

 

Today’s customers are often digital-first, or at least “digital-primary,” which has conditioned their behavior in the physical world. The expectation is a digital-like experience that is low in friction, requiring little-to-no manual input. So why are most financial institutions not meeting their customers where they are?

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