Paducah, Ky.-based Computer Services Inc. (OTCQX: CSVI) announced that the Community Bankers of Michigan has endorsed CSI’s Web@Work Portal services. 

Community Bankers of Michigan is the 13th state bank association to endorse Web@Work Portal services.

“CSI’s Web@Work Portal provides a simplified solution for community banks to manage and disseminate confidential board information,” said Judith D. Sullivan, president and CEO of Community Bankers of Michigan. “We are pleased to endorse this service for our members since it not only helps our member banks protect their data, but also to communicate more efficiently.”

Web@Work’s board portal provides directors with secure access to board materials and other confidential information from the convenience of their homes or offices. Board Portal simplifies the process of preparing board materials and makes them available anytime and anywhere they are needed.  Both current and archived materials are available. The board portal includes online votes, collaboration and more. The Employee Portal is an Intranet solution that combines a series of powerful communication tools and productivity applications into a single portal. It includes time clock, vacation manager, e-forms, policy manager, task manager, remote access and other information management solutions. CSI Web@Work requires no additional hardware, software or staff to maintain, and little end user training to use.

“We are proud that Community Bankers of Michigan recognizes the value CSI’s Web@Work Portal services delivers,” stated Bill Evers, CSI Director of Business Development.  “Web@Work provides dynamic tools to bankers and we are eager to offer these services to its members.”  

Computer Services Inc. delivers core banking, payments processing, Internet, card services, risk assessment, fraud prevention, network management, regulatory compliance and document delivery solutions to financial institutions and corporate entities across the nation.

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