Gulf Coast Bank & Trust turns to nCino for cloud-based lending
Louisiana’s Gulf Coast Bank & Trust has gone live with nCino’s cloud-based Bank Operating System, “increasing the efficiency and speed” of the commercial loan process.
According to nCino, Gulf Coast Bank & Trust, a 113-year-old bank with branches throughout southeastern Louisiana, identified the need to replace numerous siloed systems with a solution that would automate the loan process from beginning to end.
Jason Shields, VP and loan operations manager of Gulf Coast Bank & Trust, says the technology is “allowing us to create a personalised experience and complete requests faster and better than ever before”.
By implementing Bank Operating System, the bank has got a single platform, built on Salesforce, that combines customer relationship management (CRM), loan origination, deposit account opening, workflow, enterprise content management, business process management, digital engagement and instant reporting.
Gulf Coast Bank & Trust, originally founded as American Savings, operates in 19 branch locations across the region and has $1.6 billion in assets.
Other deals for nCino include Pacific Western Bank in California (the 100th implementation of Bank Operating System), Great Southern Bank in Missouri, Valley National Bank in New Jersey, North State Bank in North Carolina and CrossFirst Bank in Kansas.
Recently, nCino gained its first client outside the US – OakNorth Bank.