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First Citizens National Bank Leverages Banc Intranets’ BancWorks® Employee Portal to Centralize Internal Communications

February 25, 2019

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 25, 2019--Banc Intranets, a provider of secure, web-based enterprise content management solutions for financial institutions, announced that First Citizens National Bank ($1.7 billion in assets) implemented its BancWorks® employee intranet to strengthen internal communications and employee access to critical bank resources, all of which enhances operations.

With more than 360 employees across 25 branches, First Citizens National Bank sought a consolidated user-friendly employee intranet to help it better engage staff and provide them with quick access to the tools they need when working with customers. After considering several providers, First Citizens National selected and implemented BancWorks because it is specifically designed for financial institutions and is competitively priced. The bank also cited the intranet’s potential to easily centralize and connect employees with necessary internal materials such as processes; procedures; policies; leadership and employee profiles; employee recognition highlights; timely bank-wide updates and/or news; articles and training blogs.

“First Citizens National Bank strives to deliver unparalleled service and support not only to our customers, but to our employees as well,” said Judy Long, President and COO of First Citizens National Bank. “By deploying BancWorks, we were able to streamline tedious daily processes, centralize communications across all branches and enhance employee engagement by providing a single location for employees to access bank-specific articles, blogs, videos and content.”

“Our products are specifically designed to meet the unique needs of financial institutions and help them drive employee engagement and collaboration,” said Mark Anderson, CEO of Banc Intranets. “By making employee communications and access to information a priority, First Citizens National Bank will continue to provide exceptional service to its customers and improve the well-being of its community.”

About First Citizens National Bank

First Citizens National Bank operates from 25 locations in Tennessee. Established in 1889 in Dyer County, the bank today has approximately $1.7 billion in assets and serves markets throughout 11 Tennessee counties. First Citizens National Bank is a full-service community bank offering deposit, lending, wealth management, cash management, trust, insurance, and investments. For more information, visit www.FirstCNB.com or follow the company on Twitter and LinkedIn.

About Banc Intranets

Established in 2002, Banc Intranets, LLC is a leading provider of secure, web-based enterprise content management solutions for financial institutions. Its technology provides a single point of access across multiple devices for documents and information and centralizes employee onboarding and training, streamlining day-to-day operations for bank directors and senior managers. In addition to increasing efficiency and productivity, Banc Intranets’ solutions are developed by financial industry professionals, providing comprehensive reporting that is critical to maintaining regulatory compliance. For more information, visit www.bancintranets.com or follow the company on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA TENNESSEE

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY DATA MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BANKING HUMAN RESOURCES

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