Community bankers develop data platform for financial institutions, receives a Notice of Allowance by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
KlariVis, a unique and proprietary data analytics software platform developed by bankers for bankers, announced that it has successfully received its Notice of Allowance from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the KLARIVIS mark. KlariVis compiles and aggregates high-value actionable data in an automated fashion to enable financial institutions to better leverage this valuable data to make more strategic and profitable decisions. By trademarking KlariVis, the team of former bankers is taking one of many steps to offer a high-quality and effective data solution for financial institutions.
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“Banks today have massive amounts of data about their customers, markets, products and services; however, finding the most efficient way to access and use that data effectively continues to be a challenge,” Kim Snyder, founder and CEO of KlariVis said. “The unique interactive, multi-dimensionality of KlariVis provides bankers the ability to quickly view their bank, branch, market, officer, product and customer information in a holistic manner, allowing them to make more timely and informed decisions. This trademark provides us the opportunity to share our advanced data management software platform with the financial industry and showcase the strengths and capabilities of KlariVis.”
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As veteran community bank executives, the KlariVis leadership team understands from first-hand experience the information needed to make timely and informed decisions that drive revenue, manage risks, and streamline operations. KlariVis provides improved insight into factors that drive loan, deposit and revenue growth; better transparency into the results of sales and marketing efforts; and increases a financial institution’s ability to effectively cross-sell its most profitable products. Snyder continued, “With KlariVis, financial institutions now have the capability to get the right data in the right hands at the right time to make the right decisions, and this can change an organization from the inside out in the very best of ways.”
KlariVis is excited about the partnerships that it has already created and will officially fully launch its platform to community banks in January 2020.
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