Learn How Every FI Can Leverage the Digital Transformation, Regardless of Size


Michael W. Kahn

Michael W. Kahn


There’s a digital transformation underway, but if you’re at a smaller financial institution it can be intimidating. Terms like “5G” and “disruption” can make you long for a return to passbooks. 

If that’s the case, Peter Tapling has a message. 

“Modern technology can enable smaller FIs to offer services which may seem to only be available to those with greater assets,” said Tapling, Nacha Technology Advisor. 

Learning how to leverage today’s tech—and tomorrow’s—is the focus of an upcoming webinar, “Learn How Every FI Can Leverage Next Gen Technologies to Serve and Grow Their Customer Base.” The March 17 webinar will be hosted by Nacha Elevation Consulting and Persistent Systems, a Nacha Preferred Partner. 

Tapling will be joined by Bipin Sahni, Chief Strategy Officer at Persistent Systems, a global solutions company delivering digital business acceleration and enterprise modernization for businesses across all industries and geographies.

The free webinar is ideal for credit union and mid-sized banks with assets ranging from $5 billion to $25 billion. And within those FIs, Tapling said chief technology and chief information officers, and those with an interest in innovation and digital transformation are among those who will benefit from participating. 

And Tapling encourages participation, because as he notes, both financial industry leaders as well as disruptors are delivering real-time banking products and services, thanks to cloud-based technology accelerators.

“Modern technology makes complex technologies much more available efficiently,” Tapling said. But, he added, the issue for smaller FIs is, “How do you go about taking some of these technologies and implementing them in a way that forwards the vision of your business?”

Click here to register for the 60-minute webinar “Learn How Every FI Can Leverage Next Gen Technologies to Serve and Grow Their Customer Base” on Tuesday, March 17 at 1 p.m. ET. The webinar is free, as is on-demand replay.