COLUMBUS, Ohio E-Bank LLC, a technology company that sells a software system to give banks a single, real-time view of customer profiles across all channels, announced that it had won a marketing contract with Computer Sciences Corp., the consulting and information technology company.
Through its CSC Hogan subsidiary, Computer Sciences Corp. is a major supplier of software for core banking systems. E-Bank, which brought its software system to market in March, said Monday that the deal will give the younger company good access to the financial institutions it wants as customers.
This creates a very dynamic channel for e-Bank to accelerate its marketing to financial institutions, not only in the United States but worldwide, said William Randle, a senior vice president and head of the eHuntington division of Huntington National Bank in Columbus. Huntington is an investor in e-Bank and helped set up the stand-alone technology firm.
Paul Jameson, chief executive officer of e-Bank, said Computer Sciences Corp. has exclusive rights to resell e-Banks products. CSC is committing resources for the integration side, and were committing that no one else will be able to have this in the marketplace, he said.