Automated Systems, Inc.: 2006 Exceeds Goals

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Automated Systems, Inc. (ASI) announced that 2006 was a record-breaking year of conversions to the Insite Banking System (

Our business has continued to increase significantly

Automated Systems, Inc. (ASI), a leader in providing core banking software solutions for community banks, announced that 2006 was a record-breaking year of conversions to the Insite Banking System ( The core Insite Banking System was installed in 16 financial institutions throughout the United States, and an additional five joined the existing user base through mergers and acquisitions. With recent additions in Wisconsin and Ohio, and new conversions already scheduled for the first quarter of 2007, ASI now serves financial institutions in 19 states.

“Feedback from our customers is an invaluable resource for us as we continually enhance our products and customer support,” said Bradley Perry, ASI’s Chief Operating Officer. “Our growing line of Insite Banking System products is constantly evolving to meet the increasing needs and expectations of our user base.”

As a result of ASI’s commitment to outstanding customer support and innovative new products, word of mouth from satisfied customers has helped to spur the company’s continued growth. “Our business has continued to increase significantly,” Mr. Perry noted, “as a result of new customers being referred to us by our existing user base.”

Community banks and other institutions looking for cost-effective solutions to their growing technological needs are increasingly attracted to the Insite Banking System, a flexible processing platform that offers highly-customizable services to ASI’s customers.

“The Insite Banking System gives us a progressive, cost-effective solution for a community bank price,” said Jim DelMedico, President of the Bank of Ontario in Ontario, WI. “The services and products ASI offers, for the cost, far outweighed what the other banking systems we looked at had to offer.”

ASI’s advantage lies in its ability to offer community banks a multifaceted software package that provides enhanced, cutting-edge technological solutions at extremely affordable prices.

“We have taken multiple steps forward, technologically-speaking, with the Insite Banking System,” said Mike Corzine, Vice-President and Cashier of First National Bank in Assumption, IL. “Our investment was perfectly suited to our operational and technological needs as a community bank in Illinois.”

With the recent introduction of new products such as Insite iTeller, a multilayered teller platform with imaging capabilities, and the Insite Business Banking Suite, an internet banking system which allows corporate clients with Merchant Capture to perform onsite image capture, ASI expects another stellar year of growth.

About the Insite Banking System

The Insite Banking System application is the leading cost-effective Windows® 2003® based core data processing and office productivity solution for community banks. The Insite Banking System provides users with the flexibility to configure a system that matches their processing needs. All ancillary products – Insite Check Imaging, Insite Internet Banking, Insite Telephone Banking, and Insite Document Imaging – integrate seamlessly with the core banking application and feature real time transaction processing.

About Automated Systems, Inc.

Automated Systems Inc. ( has worked with community banks since 1981 to provide the technological solutions necessary to address community bank management’s needs. ASI develops and supports software to help its customers operate efficiently and effectively. ASI also provides network support and consultative services to enable clients to maximize the latest technologies. With offices in Lincoln, NE, Carmel, IN, and Kansas City, KS, ASI is well-positioned to supply full-service technology solutions to its clients.

ASI corporate headquarters are at 1201 Libra Drive., Lincoln, Nebraska 68512, (402) 420-6000 or 800/279-7312. For more information about the Insite Banking System, visit

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