Integrated Legacy Solutions Impresses Rondout Savings Bank with OmniView Browser to Research Legacy Image Data

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Integrated Legacy Solutions (ILS), a leading provider of legacy data migration and conversion software to the financial industry, recently completed an OmniView implementation and data import project at Rondout Savings Bank with the help of The Copper River Group of Fargo, ND. As a result of the project, image and report data that was stored on hundreds of CDs is now quickly available to be researched enterprise-wide through ILS’s OmniView Browser software.

“The OmniView import process is our answer to the challenge of consolidating data from hundreds of archive CDs so that we can research images and statements from our previous vendor, Fiserv. We are very impressed with how quickly ILS was able to import and access all of our check images, statements and reports for our customers” 

Cheryl Bowers, chief operating officer for Rondout Savings Bank. 

Dan Fisher, President and CEO, of The Copper River Group agreed with Bowers sentiments and added, “by eliminating the headache associated with data conversions, banks no longer have to struggle with CDs and legacy systems from their previous processors for research.”

ILS’ OmniView Browser eliminates the need for traditional data and image conversions by allowing financial institutions to research, print and email data and images from any check image, document and report system using a standard web browser without having to perform a traditional data conversion and without keeping the original system up and running. All original index and image information remains unaltered ensuring no data loss or compliance and maintains audit issues. With the ability to research data and images in their original native format, OmniView enables clients to perform federated searches across multiple institutions and system archives from one universal browser without converting the data to a different format.

“Conducting data and image conversions can be an expensive, drawn out and overall frustrating process for banks,” said Kris Bishop, president and CEO of ILS. “We continue to outperform other vendors with our conversion solutions and strive to help banks’ eliminate migration struggles with a fast and cost-effective solution to migrate or convert data from any image provider or system format on the market with very limited client resource or IT requirements. We handle the entire conversion or migration process remotely, which allows our clients, like Rondout Savings Bank, to focus on supporting customers and managing their core business.”

About Rondout Savings Bank

Established in 1868, Rondout Savings Bank is a state-chartered, mutual banking and financial services company headquartered in Kingston, New York. As of 3/31/2016, Rondout Savings Bank has $329.7 million in total assets, and has provided financial services to thousands of businesses and households throughout the Hudson Valley area. Rondout Savings Bank has five locations in Kingston, West Hurley and Hyde Park, and operates divisions in asset management, personal banking and business banking. For more information, visit

About Integrated Legacy Solutions

Integrated Legacy Solutions is a Birmingham based information technology company providing financial institutions with image conversion and migration solutions remotely installed on the client’s secure network environment. With nearly 20 years of experience, ILS is able to offer innovative, one-of-a-kind products and services for data migration and conversion including traditional conversion, their revolutionary OmniView Browser, and a blended approach. For more information, visit:

About The Copper River Group

The Copper River Group was established in 2005 in Fargo, ND with the objective of offering consulting services to community financial institutions. We pride ourselves on not just being a consulting firm, but also a mentoring resource for our clients. We offer technology, payment systems, and vendor reviews for clients across the United States, and internationally with banks in Canada and Ecuador. For more information, visit: The Copper River Group’s website