CIBC selects the nCino site to provide a enhanced customer experience for small business bank customers
Toronto, January 12 2021 –nCino, Inc. (NASDAQ: NCNO), a pioneer in cloud banking and digital transformation solutions in the global financial services sector, was today selected by CIBC, one of Canada’s Big Six Banks. nCino Banking Operating System To provide a modern, flexible and scalable platform for its SME Banking team to enhance the Canadian business customer experience.
With the nCino solution, CIBC can enhance the customer and employee experience by facilitating the customer and staff experience through computerization and automation of customer travel.
“Financial institutions must accept the challenge of revising and adapting the experience to suit their customers. We are confident that the nCino platform will enable CIBC to better meet the needs of its commercial banking clients while at the same time providing its employees with the latest technological experience,” said Pierre Naudé, CEO of nCino. “We are pleased to partner with CIBC and want to be a part of modernizing the banking experience for Canadian business owners. ”
“In line with our commitment to achieving the business owners’ ambitions, our investments in computerization and modernization of the customer experience will further enhance the value we place on our business customers, ”said David Looty, Senior Vice President, Small Business. Banking Services, CIBC.
nCino (NASDAQ: NCNO) is a global leader in cloud banking services. The nCino banking operating system equips financial institutions with scalable technology to enable them to increase revenue, increase efficiency, reduce costs and comply with regulations. In the digitally enabled world, nCino’s unique digital platform enhances the experience of financial institutions in welcoming new customers, enhancing the customer and employee experience, enabling lending and managing the entire credit life cycle and opening deposits and other accounts across all lines. Business and Channels. nCino works with more than 1,200 financial institutions worldwide, with assets of $ 30 million to over $ 2,000 billion, transforming the way financial institutions operate through innovation, prestige and speed. To learn more, visit www.ncino.com.
CIBC is a leading North American financial institution with over 11 million customers, including individuals and businesses, corporate and public sector clients. Through personal and small business banking, corporate and wealth management and the capital markets, CIBC offers a wide range of consulting, solutions and services across the front lines of its digital banking network and its locations in Canada, the United States and around the world. You can find more news releases and information about CIBC here www.cibc.com/fr/about-cibc/media-centre.html.
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