We’re excited to announce the addition of our newest customer, The North Side Bank and Trust Company, a $624 million bank based in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Dating back to 1888, The North Side Bank has been a trusted banking partner for businesses in the Cincinnati community of Cumminsville. Today, the financial institution offers a full spectrum of banking products and services, including personal deposit accounts and loans, trust services, wealth management services, and, of course, commercial loans and deposits. The North Side Bank has nine branch locations, including its headquarters on Hamilton Avenue that occupies the same building in which the bank was founded. The North Side Bank and Trust employs more than 115 employees across the Cincinnati area.
“We’re pleased that The North Side Bank has selected AccuAccount for its document management and tracking needs,” said Alan Wooldridge, President of AccuSystems, LLC. “The North Side Bank has a very impressive history, and we’re excited to be a part of the bank’s future success.”
AccuAccount is an electronic document management system, trusted by more than 15,000 bankers across the United States. Banks and credit unions use AccuAccount to digitize and securely track important customer and account documents, such as signed loan agreements, financials, tax returns, correspondence, signature cards, collateral documents, and much more. By selecting the Enterprise version of AccuAccount, The North Side Bank gains access to the full suite of document management features, including:
- Bank-wide document imaging
- Exception monitoring and reporting
- Audit & exam export
- Desktop, multifunction, & network scanning
- Loan approval workflow automation
- Pipeline reporting
- Core system integration
- Dynamic reporting
“AccuAccount Enterprise is the best choice for banks that want to reduce paper and increase efficiency,” Wooldridge said. “The system provides a one-stop solution for loans and credit, deposits, and trusts while making it easy to deploy modules for other internal departments.”