Integrity partners with Commerce Bank to enhance online customer experiences
Over the past two years, Integrity has been working with Commerce Bank to elevate their web presence. With a growing expertise within the FinTech industry, we've loved working with various areas of their business and are exited to continue to help them meet their business and marketing goals with fantastic website and web application development.
Commerce Bank serves customers across the world with branch locations throughout Missouri, Illinois, Colorado, Kansas and Oklahoma. Headquartered in Kansas City, they offer full banking services from checking and savings accounts to home and car loans.
At the end of last year, we launched a microsite to celebrate Commerce Bank's 150th anniversary. That's a pretty big milestone (how many times have you gotten to celebrate 150 years?), so we were thrilled to help them create a shiny new site and produce a commemorative video for the occasion.
In January of this year, we launched a new site for The Commerce Trust Company, the wealth management division of the trusted financial institution. The elegant experience helps connect users with the asset management experts at The Commerce Trust Company.
"We love partnering with our clients to create awesome, and effective, interactive experiences," said Integrity Partner and Chief Creative Officer Ed Morrissey. "The team at Commerce has been great to work with, and we're excited to continue building valuable web solutions with them."
And this is just the beginning. We have two more projects in the works, so check back for more soon.
Are you looking for an interactive partner? We'd love to join forces. Contact us today.
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