Red Hawk Fire & Security Supports South Shore Bank’s Next-generation Financial Center With NCR Technology

Red Hawk Fire & Security U.S., a leader in fire, life safety and security services today announced the successful integration of NCR (NYSE: NCR) Interactive Tellers at the new South Shore Bank Financial Center in Hingham, Massachusetts.

With interactive video software from NCR, South Shore Bank customers can bank with a live video teller and conduct up to 95 percent of typical teller transactions, extending its capabilities far beyond that of today’s ATMs. Interactive Teller allows a live teller to take remote control of the device while engaging the customer over two-way video, providing a personalized experience. Video collaboration and transaction processing can both reduce operating costs by centralizing tellers across multiple branches, while still connecting customers and tellers in a face to face, highly personal engagement.

More than 100 financial institutions around the globe are putting the human touch to banking technology through assisted service solutions from NCR. NCR estimates that 98 percent of all financial institutions running assisted service technology rely on NCR Interactive Services.

With assets of approximately $1 billion and a long history of exceeding customer expectations, South Shore Bank has 14 branch locations and a network of ATMs to serve neighborhoods throughout the demographically diverse communities on Boston’s South Shore. In order to create a next-generation branch bank with extended hours to better connect with customers in a more personalized, contemporary way, South Shore turned to trusted partner Red Hawk Fire & Security.

“We had been a Red Hawk customer for many years and knew we could count on them to see us through this project. They brought NCR to the table and the result has been outstanding. We have been able to deliver an innovative banking experience that is more convenient for our customers while improving the efficiency of our overall operations,” said South Shore Chief Information Officer and Executive Vice President Pam O’Leary.

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