Synovus Bank is a simple bank, but its problems are many
Simple bank deposits can be a big hit, but what if they weren’t?
The bank has a number of problems, which the bank says it will address in a new product launch.
Synovis Bank is currently available only as a smartphone app for iOS and Android.
“We want to make Synovos a product that people actually want to use,” says the bank’s managing director, Jonathan Schreiber.
The app allows customers to add money to the bank, send money to their bank account and withdraw money from the bank account.
Synodus is an open-source version of the app, which lets users make money from their Synovia account without needing to access the bank app.
The Synovius app can also be used as a debit card and credit card reader.
The bank says Synovias users can create accounts with up to 10,000 Synovion points, and can transfer money between accounts as they see fit.
The money can be spent on Synovios purchases and services, and the bank can even convert your Synovian points into other currencies.
“With Synovio, we can do more with the bank to help people out and give them more flexibility,” Schreib says.
“It’s a nice thing to have, and it’ll allow us to give people more choice.”
Synovids app can work in both the iPhone and Android app stores, but the bank isn’t making it available to the public yet.
Synvos app is currently only available for iPhone and is not available to customers on Android.
The company says it plans to expand the app with more bank features in the coming weeks.
Synolus Bank has struggled in the US.
In April, the bank filed for bankruptcy protection in California.
It is currently based in Washington, but has plans to move its headquarters to Austin, Texas, in 2018.
The US banking industry has been struggling for years with high interest rates and high fees, with many banks charging customers thousands of dollars a month for checking accounts.
Syno is the latest company to find success with simple mobile banking.
The Finnish company, which has over 30 million users, is based in Finland and operates in 14 countries.
The banking company has raised more than $1 billion from investors including Apple and Goldman Sachs.
“There is a lot of room for us in this space, and we’re going to be really excited about it,” says John Rous, chief executive officer of Synovi Bank.