The Coastal Bank, a leading community bank headquartered in Savannah, recently launched a new website offering personal and business customers expanded online banking capabilities.
The bank’s new site, www.thecoastalbank.com, now features a wide variety of user-friendly options as well as design by T8 Webware, a provider of Web development, management and hosting services for the financial industry.
“We wanted to create a warm, approachable online environment that is consistent with the bank's longtime commitment to customer service and community,” said Tom Wiley, chairman, president and CEO of The Coastal Bank. “We also wanted the site to be easy to use, informative and fun for existing and prospective customers.”
In addition to state-of-the-art online banking, the site showcases a variety of cross-promotional services and offers comprehensive information about The Coastal Bank. Personal banking, business banking and mortgage loan information is all available online, as are handy links to local weather, stocks and more.
“Our new website will help customers manage their accounts in a more efficient manner,” said Jim LaHaise, executive vice president and chief banking officer of The Coastal Bank. “With so many of our customers choosing to bank online, we needed to ensure that our system offered the latest technology and continued to meet their evolving needs.”
Business customers enjoy a host of cash management functions as well, including the ability to initiate wire transfers online and to make electronic federal tax payments quickly and securely.
The site also features an expanded “About Us” section emphasizing the bank’s ties to the communities where it does business and providing links to local events and key non-profit organizations the bank supports throughout the year.
“We have a strong legacy of community service and are proud to serve coastal Georgia for more than 55 years,” said Wiley. “Our new website offers an ideal forum for people to learn more about what makes The Coastal Bank unique.”
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