ATI Solutions has earned its reputation as a preferred IT provider for community banks, currently supporting financial institutions with over $32 billion in combined assets. Today, we are pleased to announce that we will be providing IT services to The Bank of Romney, the oldest and largest bank in Hampshire County, West Virginia.
Small and Large Banking Solutions for Financial Institutions
Our scalable cloud computing and data storage solutions allow maximum flexibility for growing financial enterprises. As our newest banking client, the locally-owned and operated The Bank of Romney can continue to provide for its customers as it has since its inception in 1888, while we employ the latest innovative IT solutions to keep personal and banking information secure.
Throughout its history, The Bank of Romney has remained a strong and trusted state-chartered bank. Sound leadership over the past 130 years has allowed the Bank to endure and prosper through our country’s changing economic conditions. The Bank of Romney formed a holding company for its stock in its 100th year of business, with the combined assets of both entities totaling over $289 million as of June 30, 2019.
The Bank of Romney is one of many independent community banks that are currently undergoing steady organic growth. With over 20 years of experience serving financial institutions, we are constantly developing new solutions to ensure the ease and security of banking operations. Our experience in the banking industry has allowed us to create, host, and deploy financial infrastructures that comply with ever-evolving regulatory and audit requirements while remaining budget-conscious.
If you need help with cloud computing, colocation hosting, storage, disaster recovery, or other IT solutions, our specialists would be happy to offer a personalized recommendation that fits your needs and your budget. Contact us today to get more information about the storage and service options in our D.C. data centers, or set up an appointment to tour our Chantilly facility.