PADUCAH, Ky. (January 8, 2018) – Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) (OTCQX: CSVI) today reported its results for the third quarter ended November 30, 2017.Read More
PADUCAH, Ky., Dec. 13, 2017 – Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) (OTCQX:CSVI), a provider of end-to-end technology solutions that empower financial institutions to remain competitive, compliant and profitable, pushed its 200th mobile banking customer live in the app store.Read More
CSI's Omnichannel Strategy Aligns with Bankers' Plans to Offer Integrated Customer Experience in 2018PADUCAH, Ky., Dec. 5, 2017 — In Computer Services, Inc.’s (CSI) (OTCQX: CSVI) forthcoming Banking Priorities Study 2018, an annual survey of banking executives and their strategic plans, 48 percent of respondents said that reaching new customers through omnichannel strategies is one of their greatest opportunities for growth in 2018.Read More
PADUCAH, KY., Nov. 21, 2017 – Understanding the importance of giving back to local communities, Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) (OTCQX:CSVI), a provider of end-to-end technology solutions that empower financial institutions and other businesses to remain competitive, compliant and profitable, contributed more than $160,000 to the United Way of Paducah-McCracken County through its annual campaign.Read More
Studio Bank (In Organization) Partners with CSI to Create De Novo Bank with Omnichannel and Hyper-Local StrategyPADUCAH, Ky., Nov. 2, 2017 — Nashville, Tennessee-based Studio Bank (In Organization), which filed its application to become the city’s first newly chartered de novo bank in nearly a decade, has selected Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) (OTCQX: CSVI), a provider of end-to-end financial technology solutions, as its core and mobile banking technology provider.Read More
PADUCAH, Ky., Oct. 26, 2017 — In order to provide its customers with enhanced technology offerings and simplify its vendor management needs, Wisconsin-based First Bank of Baldwin has selected Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) (OTCQX: CSVI), a provider of end-to-end financial technology solutions, as its new core and mobile banking technology provider.Read More
PADUCAH, Ky. – (October 18, 2017) – Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) (OTCQX: CSVI) announced that its Board of Directors declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.31 per share.Read More
PADUCAH, KY., Oct. 16, 2017 – Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) (OTCQX:CSVI), a provider of end-to-end technology solutions, hosted attendees from financial institutions nationwide, including current customers, industry partners and prospective institutions, at its annual customer conference in Orlando, Florida.Read More
PADUCAH, Ky. (October 2, 2017) – Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) (OTCQX: CSVI) today reported growth in revenues for the second quarter ended August 31, 2017.Read More
PADUCAH, Ky., Sept. 27, 2017 — Computer Services Inc. (CSI) (OTCQX:CSVI) has honored John A. Williams, the company’s founder, by dedicating Technology Park in his name.Read More
In The Press
How Banks Help Customers With FinTech
U.S. News & World Report; Online; June 2017
A storm is sweeping the banking world, happening faster than you can grab a fistful of 20s from the ATM. But to the average consumer, and even the above-average investor, it remains as mysterious as whatever lies behind that ATM screen.
Is Zero Trust the best safeguard for your systems?
Banking Exchange; Online; April 2017
Ransomware, malware, and phishing—executives within financial services have become all too familiar with these methods of cybercrime.
To combat cybercrime, banks must adopt a variety of strategies, ranging from the required security protocols set out by federal regulators to exploring new cybersecurity models. One innovative approach banks could begin to pursue is incorporating elements of a “Zero Trust” model into their security posture.
New Administration, Renewed Focus on BSA?
WIB Compliance Digest; Online; April 2017
On Feb. 9, his 21st day in office, President Trump released an executive order (E.O.) that essentially serves as a “call to arms” against criminal organizations, as part of his pre-election promise to restore law and order to the United States.
Institutions must consider how watch lists and additional government lists come into play … namely, 314a.
A Seamless Society Demands Omnichannel Banking
BankNews Learning Points; Online; April 2017
The digital evolution has brought new and uncharted challenges to financial institutions, namely keeping the consumer experience consistent across digital, mobile, ATM and in-branch channels. To help banks face these challenges, omnichannel banking has emerged as the solution.
CECL: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Compliance by 2020-21
The Arkansas Banker; Online; April 2017
Very soon, CECL will fundamentally change how the financial industry accounts for loan loss reserves. Currently, institutions can’t record expected losses until deemed “probable.” Because of this limitation, they were inadequately reserved before the 2008 financial crisis.
The following guide takes your institution through CECL implementation, one step at a time.
With core conversions, the question isn't if, but when
American Banker; Online; March 2017
Expense and risk has kept many U.S. banks from modernizing their core systems, but executives at one community bank that completed the project this past summer say they are happier for having done it.Two Rivers’ bank unit went live in early August with a NuPoint core system from Computer Services, Inc.
No Easy Answers as E-Retailers Contend With Compounding Payments Developments
Digital Transactions; Online; March 2017
Rattle off a selection of payment trends—EMV, tokenization, fraud—and many e-retailers may be beset by apprehension.
That’s especially true if the retailer looks to support emerging payment types, according to Matt Herren, director of payments analytics at Computer Services Inc., a Paducah, Ky.-based financial-technology provider.
How Will Machine Learning Affect the Financial Services Industry?
WIB Tech & Security Digest; Online; March 2017
Since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, society has grappled with what man could produce versus a machine, and with each mechanical invention, man ultimately benefited. This century will be no different, and one of the key business disrupters will be machine learning.