Kearny Financial in Fairfield, N.J., and Premier Financial in Defiance, Ohio, recently upgraded their digital platforms.
The $8 billion-asset Kearny said in a press release that it launched an enhanced digital banking platform this month. The platform is expected to expand the bank’s client-facing online and mobile capabilities while providing an improved experience.
“Our continued focus on digital engagement complements our high-touch, personalized service model and allows us to expand our brand into new markets in an efficient and cost-effective manner,” Craig Montanaro, Kearny’s president and CEO, said in the release.
Separately, the $8.6 billion-asset Premier said in its release that it installed a new digital banking system designed to improve its customers’ experience.
“The new digital banking platform has transformed our mobile and online banking experience, bringing new features and services to our clients,” Gary Small, Premier’s president and CEO, said in the release. “Now that we’ve completed the consumer upgrades, expect to see more regarding business banking improvements in early 2024.”
Neither company disclosed the costs associated with the upgrades.