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by David Saylor | President & Founder
How do you protect yourself from something you never could imagine would happen? The answer is...you can’t. You can, however, play and adjust. Over the last eight years we have seen massive consolidation in the banking industry. Banks are acquiring to survive as are the vendors. This has created an unforeseen dynamic related to the operating agreements that govern the relationship between these two entities. At some point the vendors recognized that there is no real language governing the cost to terminate their agreements. Some major vendors in the banking technology industry have the spent the last four years ratcheting up these fees to the point where it is absolutely absurd, opportunistic and predatory. Read more...
Volume 1 | Issue 8 | July 2016
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Bank of McKenney finalizes ATM/Debit Card renewal with Vantiv.
Farmers Bank of Mountain City decides to migrate from In House Premier to Outsource.
Joy Pelaez is taking a much needed two week vacation in Alaska. No one deserves that down time more. Stay safe Joy!
UBank renews with Jack Henry and adds some new products and services along the way.
First Vision Bank finalizes new contract with FIS.
As a small business owner it is SO hard banking with a Community Bank. Read more here...
Half way through the year! Take a moment and reflect what we were thankful for in 2015...Click Here
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At Genesys, we have the priviledge of running into some of the most amazing ministries. We love the summer time because we know that fathers and sons from all over the United States are gathering in Colorado on a true adventure.
Christ in the Rockies (CITR) is a unique ministry that feeds a man's spirit of adventure. Mike and his team bring the lost art of "confirmation" and "ceremony" to a fun filled week where a father and son can bond in the name Christ. CITR provides fathers with the opportunity to pour truth in their sons while confirming them with their belief that they, as fathers, believe in their sons and let them know they have exactly what it takes to make it in the world today.
If this peaks your interest...check out Christ in the Rockies here.