BAI Webinar

Using paperwork
automation to reduce
costs and unlock growth


A Sunrise Banks case study

DATE: February 3, 2021
TIME: 1:00 - 1:45 PM CT

Manual paperwork and disconnected workflows hinder banks and credit unions in their ability to grow, they create a suboptimal customer experience, and they can lead to overwhelmed employees.

Sunrise Banks needed to move from a time-consuming, manual paperwork process to a quick, easy and user-friendly solution to process Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans for existing and new customers. Sunrise Banks implemented paperwork automation technology in less than 5 days and was able to increase loan processing fivefold in a day.

Join us for this complimentary BAI webinar to hear from a Sunrise Banks executive on how they were able to support their clients through the loan application process. You will also have an opportunity to see a live product demonstration of paperwork automation.

Key takeaways:

  • Learn about the most common use cases for paperwork automation and how to evaluate the best solutions
  • Hear how Sunrise Banks implemented paperwork automation technology and provided PPP loans to existing and new customers
  • See paperwork automation in action with a live product demonstration


PRESENTERS:

Mang-Git Ng
Co-founder and CEO
Anvil

Mang-Git Ng is the Founder & CEO of Anvil, a paper automation platform that replaces inefficient PDF-based workflows with modern, guided web forms accessible from any device. Prior to Anvil, Mang-Git was a software engineer and product manager. He founded the bill-splitting app, Ledger, and was founding team member of Dialpad and Loom (YC W12, acquired by Dropbox). At Dropbox, Mang-Git worked on Dropbox for Business, building enterprise collaboration features.


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Brett Cooksey
Chief Information Officer
Sunrise Banks

Brett Cooksey is Sunrise Banks’ chief information officer and has more than two decades of experience in the information technology industry. Brett joined Sunrise after eight years at C. H. Robinson serving several IT leadership roles, most recently as senior director of technology, eCommerce and technical strategy. Before this he was a tenured SVP technology manager at Wells Fargo bank, followed by two years as director of administration at Love Mercy in Kenya.


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