1st Source Completes Rollout of PRODUCT4 One-Touch Solution
PRODUCT4, Inc. (St. Louis, MO) is proud to announce that 1st Source Bank (South Bend, IN) has completed its rollout of the PRODUCT4 One-Touch Financial Center.
PRODUCT4 is a leading provider of front-end applications for financial institutions. 1st Source will offer innovative services to its customers, expand its competitiveness, and reduce its expenses. Having their business on a single integrated platform will enable the bank to effectively service and retain current and future clients.
Seamlessly integrated into 1st Source’s application environment, One-Touch’s next generation design and Microsoft .NET framework allow One-Touch to be easily tailored to fit the bank’s business and technology operating environment.
1st Source Bank has fully rolled out One-Touch in every one of its 65 banking centers located in fifteen counties throughout Indiana and Michigan.
"We are delighted that 1st Source has chosen PRODUCT4 One-Touch Financial Center to increase their revenue and productivity while simultaneously decreasing their expense," says Dan Moskowitz, President of PRODUCT4. "Because One-Touch provides 1st Source the best business solution using .NET architecture, we look forward to maintaining a long lasting and rewarding relationship with this fine organization."
PRODUCT4 One-Touch Financial Center is a single solution for all points of customer contact throughout the financial institution. The One-Touch Financial Center suite includes Teller, New Accounts for Sales & Service, Customer Care, and Sales Tracking.
1st Source is the largest locally-owned financial institution headquartered in the Northern Indiana-Southwestern Michigan area. In addition to its banking centers, 1st Source Bank operates 23 locations nationwide supporting its Specialty Finance Group. With a history dating back to 1863, 1st Source is proud of its tradition of providing superior service to customers while playing a leadership role in the continued development of the communities in which it serves.