Changes in technology affect nearly every business, but banking has had to adapt swiftly to keep customers secure and satisfied. With the advent of mobile phones, banking can take place any time, anywhere. “Access to banking information no matter when or where has become a standard customer expectation,” says President of Ozark Bank, Scott Harris.
This expectation holds true for both individuals and businesses. Ozark Bank is investing time and capital to meet this demand, adding mobile banking capabilities, while continuing to deliver person-to-person services as well.
Meeting the expectations of millennials while still providing the traditional services their established loyal customer base has come to depend upon is a challenge for banks. Ozark Bank sees itself as a trusted advisor to help customers of any age make sound decisions for long-term success.
“We cater to individual, dynamic needs. Because we are locally owned and operated, decisions can be made quickly with the best interests of our customers and community in mind,” says Harris. “We live and work in the community that we serve and will take the time to get to know you and your needs.”
While Ozark Bank specializes in the area of commercial real estate lending, they do offer a full range of financial services to meet customers’ needs. “We believe small businesses are the heartbeat that drives the success of our community,” says Harris. “With our strong capital position, we can handle large projects, yet we’re ready and able to help small businesses and individuals with their financial needs.”
“When you deal with Ozark Bank, you’re dealing with experienced professionals who have a wealth of resources available to help drive your success,” says Harris. “We’ve been around for 111 years, but we’re always looking to the future.”
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