Centier Bank Begins Production Use of C2 Systems’ Covalent Loan Origination Platform

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Implementing C2’s cloud-based Covalent loan origination system delivers a best-in-class intuitive Lending Solution for consumer and business products, from point of sale, through e-contracting.

Centier Bank selected the platform in July 2021 and has now fully replaced the bank’s previous loan originating software with Covalent. The Bank grew its assets over +20% in 2020, and taking excellent care of their employees is one of the strategic advantages enabling this process.

First Bancshares, Inc. the parent holding company of Centier Bank is headquartered in Merrillville, Indiana. Founded in 1895, Centier Bank is the largest, private, family-owned bank in Indiana with $5.9 billion in assets and over 900 associates. The company offers a full range of financial services to over 60 offices in 11 countries. Centier’s workplace attitude stems from a value-based work ethic which includes a promise to maintain personalized service through caring, loyalty, integrity, friendship, and fun.

“We are very excited to be working with Centier Bank as we share the same goals of providing our customers the best products and services with the highest level of integrity,” said Stephen G. Sargent, President and Chief Executive Officer for C2 Systems. “They are respected leaders in the industry showing how employee management and customer service can and should be done. As former lenders, our management team fully understands banking is a relationship business that requires honesty, competency and commitment to ensure success. We look forward to working with the Centier team and to supporting them with future industry leading capabilities.”

C2’s mission is to enable their customers to provide their clients with an exceptional experience that is on par with or better than those provided by the biggest players in the industry.

Learn more about Centier Bank here: https://www.centier.com/

Learn more about C2 Systems here: http://www.go-c2.com/

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