FIS Horizon core banking system gains two new takers, PointBank and Bank of Southern California
Two US community banks, PointBank and Bank of Southern California, have signed for the Horizon core banking system and the Digital One digital channels solution from FIS.
Based in Denton, Texas, PointBank is locally-owned and has been serving its community with retail and commercial banking services for more than 130 years.
“PointBank has deep roots to our community, and that means we have a responsibility to the people and businesses we serve to deliver the best banking experience that we can,” says Jonathan David, chief operating officer (COO) at PointBank.
“FIS helps us achieve that mission by enabling us to offer our customers truly advanced and intuitive banking wherever they are – in branch or online.”
It is understood Horizon is replacing the legacy Coresoft solution from another US banking tech vendor, VSoft.
Bank of Southern California was founded in 2001 in San Diego and provides business banking.
“To support the future growth of the business communities we serve, it is important that we are equipped with the best tools available,” comments Pamela Isaacson, EVP and COO at Bank of Southern California.
“FIS’ core banking system not only offers us the flexibility to tailor-make our banking experience, but also helps us deliver new services to our market faster than we could have before.”
On the way out is the NuPoint core banking system from FIS rival CSI, it is understood.