Lincoln, Nebraska — July 6, 2016 Automated Systems, Inc., a leading provider of core processing, digital banking, and document management solutions to the banking industry, recently announced the celebration of 35 successful years in business.
Since its inception on June 23, 1981 by Richard C. Perry in Lincoln, Nebraska, Automated Systems has grown from a small office in Lincoln with a handful of clients, to now serving over 160 financial institutions, covering 17 different states and at more than 350 locations.
By providing innovation and leadership throughout deregulation in the 80’s, modernization and uncertainty ahead of Y2K, and more recently, during the housing market crisis of 2008, Automated Systems has helped community banks stay one step ahead of the rapidly evolving financial services industry. Their flagship product, the Insite Banking System, integrates core data processing, digital banking, electronic document management, and other solutions to provide users with the efficiency, flexibility and tools required to reveal and leverage new competitive advantages.
“As we celebrate this milestone, we want to express our heartfelt gratitude to our clients, and the customers that they serve, for their loyalty, product feedback, and support,” says Bradley R. Perry, President and CEO. “Early in our existence we identified the need for dedicated solutions geared to meet the needs of community banks. I am proud of the difference we have made for so many of our clients as we look ahead to having more opportunities to do so in the next 35 years.”
About Automated Systems – For 35 years, Automated Systems, Inc. has been dedicated to building strong relationships with community banks. These banks are more than just clients, they are considered valuable partners. It is through these partnerships, that Automated Systems developed the innovative solutions allowing banks to compete against regional and multinational institutions. These solutions include the Insite Core system, the industry-leading iTeller application, award-winning digital banking applications, and the integrated electronic document management system, iDoc.