Q2 Partners with Top Core Banking Provider DCI

February 22, 2010

Q2 Partners with Top Core Banking Provider DCI

Q2 and DCI team up to provide a competitive edge for community banks

AUSTIN, TX, Feb. 22, 2010 – Q2ebanking, a progressive financial services technology company for community financial institutions, today announced a strategic alliance with DCI, a provider of full-service bank technology and processing solutions to the financial industry. Matt Flake, President of Q2, stated that, “Partnering with DCI is another step in delivering on our strategy of empowering community financial institutions to compete with the large, national banks. We are excited to partner with a financial services technology company that shares a similar philosophy of building strong and vital community financial institutions by equipping them with superior and cost-effective technology solutions.” John Jones, DCI president and CEO said, “We pride ourselves in being an organization that listens to our customers. This is a strategic alliance that provides our clients with an effective option for electronic delivery that is tightly integrated with our core bank management solution, iCore360® Both Q2 and DCI share similar cultures and we are very excited to announce this to our customers.” Q2 and DCI have co-developed an interface to allow for the best possible user and bank experience. The interface is running in production and DCI customers can immediately begin to take advantage of the benefits that the Q2ebanking platform has to offer. The Q2eBanking platform includes Online, Voice and Mobile Banking, all delivered on a single technology platform that simplifies the operations for the financial institution and creates a streamlined ebanking experience for the user. Both DCI and Q2 are privately held companies in which employees and customers control and drive continued innovation into products and services provided by each organization. This combination uniquely positions DCI and Q2 in a market of technology providers that are public companies beholden to stockholders that may not share the same strategic direction or adopt the same business practices of their respective employees and customers.

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