Warrenton, MO: The Missouri Bank (TMB) is a five branch, independently-owned and operated community bank primarily serving Warren, St. Charles, and Gasconade counties. Established in 1939, the bank has been an industry leader in community banking since inception, consistently providing the latest in financial technology to meet the needs of their customers.
In keeping with its mission to deliver high quality customer service, the bank is upgrading from EZswitch® 2010 to EZswitch® G4 to connect their Fiserv Precision core to the Fiserv EFT network. The upgrade will allow The Missouri Bank to take advantage of the latest features and enhancements of the EZswitch software, including the G4 web-based apps and includes migration of their current system to the Fiserv EPOC Enhanced platform.
The robust and globally proven EZswitch G4 platform provides a flexible and EMV capable solution for financial institutions aiming to minimize costs, expand revenue sources, and maximize data and transactional security. Providing an “at-a-glance” view of the entire debit payment network, the G4 front-end intuitive navigational tools enable every user to easily utilize the new system’s full capabilities, including: real-time system wide monitoring, automated job/task scheduling, and advanced card maintenance and transaction research and reporting.
The installation in a VMware ESX virtual environment will include enablement of CSFi’s Sentinel™ Alert Notification System providing unattended monitoring of ATMs, core system interface, and EFT network connections as well as On-demand Network Denial Rules.
Every banking decision at The Missouri Bank is based on preserving the financial safety and soundness of both the institution and its customers.
The upgrade’s immediate and recognizable benefits will include streamlined operational efficiency, improved cardholder experience with enhanced fraud detection and prevention, and many other additional new features and options:
- FraudBlock™ integrated, rules-based, real-time fraud detection and prevention system
- Stand-in authorization using a positive balance file (PBF) and/or card limits when the host authorizing system is unavailable
- Secure, single point of card maintenance entry
- ATM inactivity status updates
- Support for Cardholder Alerts via email and SMS-text
- System health check monitoring
- Reconciliation subsystem
- On-demand ATM/EFT network denial rules
- Upgrades to the latest version of Red Hat and IBM Informix Express Database