The lifeblood of community banks and credit unions is SMBs because these businesses are the lifeblood of the communities these financial institutions serve.
For the past two decades we’ve served more than 2 million customers and members and more than 400 community FIs, helping them deliver the best products and services to help their communities thrive.
And today, that mission is more critical than ever, as megabanks and neobanks disrupt the financial landscape.
To that end, we’ve built BaZingBiz checking to help community FIs regain their relevance and address the needs of their SMB clients.
Join us Thursday, October 5 at 1pm CT, to learn how BaZingBiz can revitalize your business checking by offering great products that SMBs want and value, which will reaffirm the values and advantages of working with community financial institutions.
In this webinar you'll discover:
The challenges and priorities of SMBs and what they’re looking for in a modern banking relationship
How community financial institutions can compete with megabanks, regional banks, and neobanks for SMBs using the qualities that have made them valued community institutions.
How BaZingBiz can revitalize your SMB relationships, boost your revenue and profitability from existing SMB customers, and attract new SMB customers. All without having to reinvent your business!
StrategyCorps partner Dave DeFazio downloads banking apps for fun. On the weekend. And talks about them at dinner with his family. Armed with a passion for banking strategy, StrategyCorps partner Dave DeFazio has found great success and satisfaction in exploring the intersection of data, marketing, and technology.
At StrategyCorps, Dave leads and manages the company’s direct sales efforts while working directly with financial institutions to design, build, and implement a variety of checking solutions in an increasingly mobile-centric world. Dave’s extensive financial services experience and continuous research in the field help him ensure each product and service meets the needs of today’s financial institutions.