Celebrating Our Kasasa Nation 2018 Sponsors

Kasasa Nation was last week, and it was an event we’ll never forget. The conference was full of engaging keynotes, actionable breakout sessions, and insightful conversations between colleagues. More than 400 community financial institution executives showed up to learn from each other, and we couldn’t have pulled off an event of this size and caliber without our partners.

Throughout the planning process, our sponsors showed us unyielding support and helped make sure every attendee had a great time. Thank you to:

 

rateGenius

 

rateGenius connects people, products, and technology to find borrowers the best rate for their auto loans. They help financial institutions like yours grow loan share volume and improve portfolio performance without increasing operational costs. Kasasa and rateGenius have also partnered to create a turnkey auto refinancing solution that delivers fully booked Kasasa Loans. RateGenius takes care of the marketing, application, qualification, validation, and title transfer process. And they provide a loan origination system to power it all.

 

JMFA

 

John M. Floyd and Associates provides solutions and consulting to community banks and credit unions like yours. They’ve delivered solid results with more than 3,000 consulting projects to clients nationwide. Whether it’s recovering lost revenue, uncovering savings opportunities, serving your account holders better, finding the perfect personnel fit, or delivering a 100% compliant overdraft program, JMFA has the right solutions to help you not only meet but exceed your goals.

Thank you again to our amazing partners. We couldn’t have done it without you!

Zac Garver

Zac didn’t realize that Copywriter was an actual job when he earned his degree in Creative Writing. He’s been fortunate to make a living as a professional writer since 2010; although people still think he gets paid to put copyright symbols on things (sigh). A devoted family man and Maker, Zac saves money by fixing and building the things he doesn’t want to buy.

3 Questions for Zac:

  1. What was your very first job?

    I worked as a dishwasher in a local pizza shop. It was a wonderful job for a 15-yr old, lots of grease, soap and free pizza.

  2. What's the weirdest food you've ever eaten on purpose?
    I put mint-chocolate-chip ice cream on homemade rhubarb pie and refused to admit how disgusting it was.

  3. What would people be surprised to know is on your iPod?

    An entire album of humpback whale songs.