VERITEX COMMUNITY BANK EMBRACES PAPERLESS OFFICE CONCEPT
Dallas, Texas – (www.veritexbank.com) As many companies shift to the digital age, Veritex Community Bank leaders have shifted their teams to go paperless. In banking, a paper trail was the norm for archiving and documentation. However new and more secure methods have been embraced which means great things for going green. Paperless solutions have been deployed throughout all branches and operation centers creating a streamlined workflow for many departments. Paperless efforts increased amid the pandemic which led to the bank adapting to paperless methods sooner than expected.
“When we looked at how well the team was embracing our centralized printers and minimal paper use, we wished we would have done this sooner,” said Chief Operating Officer, LaVonda Renfro. “COVID-19 really taught us something. Everyone rolled with the change, and we are thrilled to see our paperless efforts mean we are making an impact on our environment.”
In addition to going paperless, Veritex Community Bank acquired a Gold Leed certified building after their merger with Green Bank. More environmentally conscience efforts are likely to be made as the bank grows.
About Veritex Bank
Veritex Community Bank is a mid-sized community bank serving its customers with a full suite of banking products and services. The bank has convenient branch locations in Houston, Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas, with total assets of over $8 billion. The bank, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, specializes in providing depository and credit services small- to mid-size businesses, which have been largely neglected by national banks. The name “Veritex” is derived from the Latin word “veritas,” meaning truth, and “Texas.”