Q2ebanking announced Tuesday that it is working with Andera of Providence, R.I. to resell the latter's account opening and lending software.

The Austin bank tech vendor said Andera's oFlows platform complements the digital systems that it sells to banks.

Part of the reason for the agreement is interest in oFlows' responsive design, which displays itself differently across devices — desktop, smartphone and tablet.

"Combining the features and benefits of Q2's unified platform with oFlows' account opening and lending platform further advances the capabilities and conveniences of virtual banking," said Q2's chief executive and president Matt Flake, in a press release. "While the idea of the virtual branch has been discussed as an ideal for years, Q2 is making it a reality for our clients; we're able to do so with smart, forward-thinking partnerships like the one we have forged with Andera."

Last week, Andera launched a similar partnership with Intuit.