Throughout our nearly three-year partnership with Commerce Bank, we've had the privilege of working with the Commerce team to complete a variety of projects. So far, we've launched an interactive experience to commemorate their 150th anniversary, a new website for The Commerce Trust Company and a product site to introduce the Commerce Prepaid Expense Card. And we have more projects in the works. Now, we are excited to announce the launch of the new Commerce Checking website!
Commerce Bank is a regional financial institution serving customers across the world. Commerce offices are headquartered in Kansas City and they have branch locations throughout Missouri, Illinois, Colorado, Kansas and Oklahoma. We've loved working with their teams to improve Commerce's online presence.
The new Commerce Checking responsive site is designed to easily direct users when selecting the checking account that best fits their needs. Users can see recommendations based on the feature preferences they select or compare features for each of the different Commerce checking accounts. An organized table of details allows users to see an apples-to-apples account comparison. Once a user selects their account of choice, they can use the new site to open their account. The mobile-first approve
"Our team is thrilled to have successfully launched another web experience for Commerce Bank," said Integrity Partner and CCO Ed Morrissey. "As we continue to grow our expertise within the financial services industry, we look forward to more awesome projects with Commerce Bank in the future."
Visit the new Commerce Checking site to see the new interactive experience and watch for more projects launching in the future.
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