Micronotes today announced the appointment of David Stansel as regional vice president of sales. Stansel joins the company from FIS, where he was a senior sales executive responsible for selling to the 100 largest U.S. banks. He also sold to banks as a senior sales executive for ARGO Data Resource Corp. At Micronotes he is focusing on bringing the benefits of the company’s artificially intelligent marketing automation platform to those same big banks.
Micronotes doubled the number of new clients signed in Q1 2019 vs. the year-ago quarter. Among the new clients is $6B Dime Community Bank of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Micronotes CEO Devon Kinkead will be a featured speaker at Fiserv Forum 2019, the annual conference for Fiserv clients. Fiserv is a Micronotes partner, bringing the many benefits of Micronotes’ AI platform to its large base of bank and credit union clients. Kinkead’s presentation, in the session “How Artificial Intelligence Will Make Your Business Smarter,” takes place Tuesday, May 7 at 3:45 p.m. in the South Seas C room at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
Kony, Inc. and Micronotes have teamed up to bring Micronotes’ advanced patented solution to financial institutions using the Kony DBX platform. Available immediately in all regions, the Micronotes’ solution will be fully integrated with Kony DBX to provide institutions with a seamless ability to engage with digital banking users in ways that advertising and chatbots cannot match.
Micronotes announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued the company U.S. Patent 10,255,609. The patent—titled “Interactive marketing system”—is for a “computer-implemented method of performing a targeted communication service for distribution to a plurality of end-users of a public communication network accessible electronic banking service.”
Micronotes today announced that it added 17 new financial institutions in a particularly strong fourth quarter. Micronotes added a wide range of large, mid-size, and community financial institutions across the United States to its fast-growing client base.
Micronotes names Regina Pisa, chairman emeritus of Goodwin, to its advisory board. Pisa, who has deep expertise in financial services and compliance, will advise the company on regulatory compliance. She has provided legal counsel to many well-known banks and investment companies, and also served previously as a director of Citizens Financial Group.