Q2 Catalyst, a new way to win, onboard, serve, and grow commercial clients, drew the interest of banks and credit unions at Nacha's 2022 Smarter Faster Payments conference in early May. From our conversations at the event, it's clear that more financial institutions are ready to embrace disruption via innovative solutions so they can gain and grow client relationships.   

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A lot of financial institutions that Q2 spoke with at Nacha have or are developing strategic objectives to grow their commercial banking presence and are looking to implement automatic workflows, faster onboarding, and tailored solutions for their clients. Treasury management pricing and the opportunity to partner with innovative fintechs also are top of mind to these FIs.

Many banking executives that Q2 met acknowledged that competitive pressures and macroeconomic stresses are driving the rethinking of their commercial banking efforts, and learning that Catalyst addresses their needs and can scale as they grow was well received.

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If you didn't make it to the Nacha conference and want to learn more about Catalyst, please take a look and listen to our video just below.

Read our white paper, too

For a deeper understanding of the current commercial banking market and how Catalyst will help your FI, we invite you to read What's Next in Commercial Banking Through Digital Experiences.

Attend our upcoming webinar

Join our VP of Product Marketing, Dean Jenkins, and his special guests from Aite-Novarica and Synovus on June 8, 2022, for
an important discussion about disruption and the future of commercial banking. Learn the ways FIs are embracing disruption to engage more deeply with commercial customers in the digital channel and transform their banking journey.  

We'd be pleased to schedule a meeting to further discuss the future of the commercial banking market and to better determine how the innovative solutions that are part of Catalyst can help your FI and your business clients. Contact us.



Written by Q2