Utah banking platform developer partners with Detroit’s Bankjoy

DETROIT–BMA Banking Systems, a Salt Lake City, Utah-based provider of banking software and services to independent community financial institutions, has selected Bankjoy, a Detroit-based digital banking provider as a preferred partner for online and mobile banking.

Through the partnership, BMA’s bank and credit union clients can enhance the digital banking experience for their customers and members with Bankjoy’s award-winning platform. BMA selected Bankjoy as a preferred partner following a rigorous vetting process, as the company sought a trusted digital banking partner whose technology aligned seamlessly with the needs of BMA’s new and existing client base.

For more than 30 years, BMA has provided customized software and technology to meet financial institutions’ \needs. They provide processing software and IT services to banks, credit unions and other financial institutions with assets up to $20 billion. With Bankjoy as a preferred partner, BMA will now offer the company’s digital banking platform and robust suite of online and mobile banking features to help its financial institution clients stay ahead of the technology curve.

Bankjoy’s modern banking tools, which include mobile banking, online banking, e-statements, online account opening, online loan origination, and conversational AI are designed for banks and credit unions of all sizes. Bankjoy’s reputation as a world-class digital banking provider and its established presence in the credit union space were key differentiators for BMA.

“Our many years of experience in the financial industry have taught us that the right technology solutions are foundational for an institution to succeed in today’s market,” said Adam Weight, President and CEO of BMA Banking Systems. “From core software implementation to digital banking integrations that elevate the user experience and deepen relationships, we strive to equip financial institutions with the tools they need to compete with the largest banks. Our partnership with Bankjoy will further our mission to empower our clients with the systems and support they need to grow relationships and serve their communities.”

Research shows that fintech is a key contributor to success in today’s economy, with 60% of credit unions and 49% of banks stating that fintech partnerships are important. These institutions recognize that embracing fintech is crucial for staying competitive, fostering innovation, and delivering enhanced services to their customers,” said Michael Duncan, CEO of Bankjoy. “By partnering with a trusted fintech vendor like us, BMA is helping their clients get ahead of the curve. We are proud to work with an esteemed organization like BMA and look forward to expanding access to Bankjoy’s industry-leading online banking platform.”

More at www.bankjoy.com or www.bmabankingsystems.com.

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