Milwaukee bank improves lending, cuts paper costs to the max
With roots dating back to 1895, PyraMax Bank is a staple when it comes to Milwaukee banking. The bank was formed when South Milwaukee Savings Bank and Mitchell Savings Bank merged. The new name combines “pyramid” and “maximum,” demonstrating the bank’s promise to deliver superior strength and stability.
As an established organization, PyraMax Bank relies on a free-flowing share of information across departments and systems. Unfortunately, many of the bank’s processes were powered by paper – and that paper led to a lot of problems. From lending to human resources (HR), paper drove up costs, slowed down processes and put sensitive information at risk.