Tennessee Bankers Association Endorses Ncontracts Risk Management Solutions

BRENTWOOD, TN, April 1, 2016 – The Tennessee Bankers Association (TBA) and Ncontracts jointly announce the Association’s endorsement of Ncontracts’ full suite of risk management solutions. In today’s increasingly complex and regulated environment, TBA member banks can rely on Ncontracts to be a trusted partner to assist them with vendor management, business continuity planning, cybersecurity management, findings, compliance, and risk management. Ncontracts products are efficient, cost-effective, and protect the most critical business operations of their financial institution clients.

“TBA is responding to the needs of its member banks, and working with companies that offer solutions to address the most pressing concerns facing banks in today’s financial climate,” explains Colin Barrett, president of the Tennessee Bankers Association. “TBA’s endorsement of Ncontracts enables our members to acquire a dynamic network of robust third-party vendor and risk management software and services from a Tennessee-based industry leader they know they can trust.”

Ncontracts provides its software and services to a rapidly-expanding customer base of more than 600 financial institutions located in 45 states. The company combines full-service implementation with a professional contract management application that provides banks with insightful summaries of their contracts, alert notifications, and robust compliance tools. Ncontracts solutions also feature customizable dashboards and easy-to-use reporting tools, all designed to ensure maximum data integrity and accuracy.

“Our goal is to help TBA member banks monitor and assess risks, stay in compliance with regulatory mandates, and optimize profits,” states Michael Berman, CEO of Ncontracts. “At Ncontracts, saving our clients time and money and reducing stress through automated, innovative, and comprehensive risk management products are the driving forces behind what we do. We are honored to have TBA’s support.”