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Office Supplies, Printed Materials, Promotional Products and Apparel


Regency 360 NEW!

CBAI member banks of all sizes and locations will benefit from ordering and managing office supplies and printed inventory from Regency’s single-source dashboard. The platform combines orders for common items, enabling members to receive volume-based pricing usually reserved for the nation’s largest banks. Managing the purchases of office supplies, envelopes, letterhead, and promotional apparel, that can number in the hundreds, sometimes thousands, of different items that banks order and use on a regular basis can be a logistics nightmare. Departments and branches ordering items independently can lead to inconsistent branding, loss of volume discounts and unused inventory. The Regency 360 platform streamlines the procurement and inventory management process, provides for consistent branding across all channels, and volume-based pricing that reduces costs.

For more information, contact John Bybee at 217-653-4028, or via email at jbybee@regency360.com.



About Community BancService Corporation, Inc.

A subsidiary of Community Bankers Association of Illinois (CBAI), CBSC aggregates the “clout” of CBAI member banks to negotiate lower costs and provide improved access to essential bank products and services. CBSC recommends products and services that assist banks with income-production, expense reduction, consulting, marketing, compliance, equipment, insurance, lending, A/L management and payments. Before the CBSC board of directors awards any program an exclusive partnership, it is subjected to a rigorous due diligence review that includes extensive testing by members, occasionally by independent experts, and negotiation of special member-only benefits. This process typically takes up to six months.

Today, CBAI members use an average of more than five CBSC preferred providers. Last year, members collectively saved nearly $ 1.5 million in purchasing discounts from CBSC-recommended firms. Contact CBSC today and share in the savings.