Originally published by Quontic Bank,  27-11-2017 

Quontic Bank is the first community bank in the U.S. to launch Sensibill’s Digital Receipts capabilities, thanks to their partnership with global financial services provider, FIS. Sensibill’s digital receipts solution will be available to all Quontic Bank mobile banking customers in Q1 2018, and will allow customers to capture, store and access their purchase records directly from their Quontic Bank Mobile app.

Customers will never have to hunt for a receipt, or miss a return window again. The solution will also instantly itemize purchases, categorize receipts by expenses, and allow customers to export them for easy expense reporting or tax prep.

Sensibill, which won ‘Best In Show’ at Finovate 2017, is the leading provider of receipt management solutions globally, with a mission to offer intuitive financial tools and insights to improve customers’ financial well-being.

“It is important to enable community banks to keep pace with innovation and equip their customers with the tools they need to manage their finances. By integrating our digital receipt service, we’re proud to play a role in furthering Quontic Bank’s mission to help customers’ lead healthier financial lives,” said Corey Gross, CEO and co-founder at Sensibill.

The partnership also reflects Quontic Bank’s broader digital innovation efforts. “Quontic Bank is proud to be an early adopter of Sensibill’s Receipts product as we are focused on offering our customers the latest digital offerings and innovations. Period,” said Steven Schnall, chairman and CEO of Quontic Bank. “With Sensibill, Quontic Bank is executing toward our vision of a next generation banking experience.”

 

Posted by Roxanne Voidonicolas

Marketing & Communications Specialist at Sensibill.

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