Kennebec Savings Bank taps Alkami for digital banking platform
Maine-based Kennebec Savings Bank has tapped Alkami for its cloud-based digital banking platform.
The Alkami solution integrates business, retail and mobile banking and leverages data for personalisation across the bank’s customer base.
Kennebec senior vice president and chief information officer (CIO) Kevin Dono says: “One of our key goals is to expand support for local businesses.”
The Alkami platform will provide a “consistent” user experience for its business customers by giving them access to all accounts through a common user interface within a single system, Dono adds.
Additionally, self-service capabilities will help them manage multiple accounts and enable functionality options for individuals through permission settings.
Alkami CEO Alex Shootman says the Alkami platform will support Kennebec “to go beyond the traditional banking footprint and further empower and engage with customers”.
Kennebec Savings Bank is a $1.6 billion state-chartered community bank with 200 employees and has been operating in the state of Maine for 153 years.
Alkami provides cloud-based digital banking solutions provider for banks and credit unions in the US.
A year ago, the firm was set to acquire Segmint, an account and transaction data fintech, for $135.5 million.