Solutions for Banks

Learn how BankPoint overlays your core system, providing simplified management of loans, customers, deposits, documents, and more.

Solutions for Non-Bank Lenders

Learn how BankPoint helps non-bank lenders manage the complete loan lifecycle, from pipeline loans to portfolio management and special assets.

Schedule a Demo

Contact us to arrange a live demo of the BankPoint solution tailored for your organization.

Say Hello to BankPoint

BankPoint is an intuitive banking platform that enhances your core system and provides dramatic improvements in efficiency for your staff.

Imagine a single system that’s easy to use and puts everything at your fingertips — loans, deposits, customers, documents, loan pipeline, and more.

Single Point of Entry

BankPoint eliminates spreadsheets and other manual, error prone processes by providing a single system for critical information such as risk ratings, collateral descriptions, appraisals, loan profiles, documents, and approval workflow.

Consistent, Repeatable Processes

Keep everyone on the same page. Dazzle your auditors and examiners with consistent, repeatable processes. Empower your users to produce reports easily, answering questions in minutes instead of days.

Immediate Benefits

BankPoint will transform the way your bank works with increased productivity, reduced errors, and improved efficiency across every department.

Stop pulling your hair out and wasting precious time. Control the chaos and grow the bank with BankPoint.

Learn More

Customers leveraging the power of BankPoint

“BankPoint is indispensable to our daily operations”

Gail LehmannCOO, TBK Bank ($4.5B)

"We used a well-known solution based on Salesforce for years prior to discovering BankPoint. We consider the BankPoint product superior and converted to it almost immediately after seeing it”

Jonathan MorrisChairman, Titan Bank ($100M)

“Without BankPoint, I can honestly say that I wouldn’t feel comfortable growing the bank like we are”

Matt SiekelskiCOO, Nexbank ($8B – grown from $800M in 2013)