For the first time in two years, the American Bankers Association hosted the Conference for Community Bankers in person February 20-22. Strunk’s associates were pleased to see old faces and new and to gather in the beautiful location of Palm Desert, California.
There were many engaging sessions offered, with a focus on community banks establishing use of Fintech solutions to remain competitive. In addition to highlighting their overdraft service and best-in-class governance, risk and compliance solution, Strunk introduced Quilo to this audience for the first time. Quilo is an all-digital loan and payment platform for community banks to offer POS financing direct to their account holders.
Quilos can be used for new purchases online or in store, to pay down credit card balances, or to replenish a checking account for debit card purchases. Banks can also set up alternative payment technology among their merchant clients as an additional revenue stream.
Customers will experience stress-free, instant access to funds via the digital experience online and on mobile devices, while banks will achieve an ROA up to 5%. ABA member banks were excited to learn about this new program that is truly a win-win for account holders and bankers alike.
For more information on Quilo, visit https://strunkaccess.com/landing-pages/quilo/.