Sterling Bank ramps up digital offering, agrees deal with FIS

Sterling Bank has agreed a multi-year deal with global technology provider FIS to expand its digital banking services, including remote deposit capture and consumer prepaid solutions.

Sterling Bank has agreed a multi-year deal with global technology provider FIS to expand its digital banking services, including remote deposit capture and consumer prepaid solutions.

Anthony Jabbour, EVP, North American Financial Institutions, FIS said "Sterling Bank was looking for new ways to interact with its customers outside the branch. These solutions will give Sterling’s business and consumer customers the opportunity to bank when and where they want, safely and securely."

Sterling Bank has already converted its business customers to FIS’ business internet banking platform and is to introduce FIS’ mobile platform to customers by the end of 2013.

Patricia Baughman, Sterling Bank’s SVP and director of Corporate Product Management/Market Research said "It’s about meeting our customers where they want to be met. We’re pleased to deliver FIS’ tested and reliable digital and mobile capabilities to our customers to better serve their needs."

Sterling Bank operates a branch network of 98 outlets across the Unites States.

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