The Bottom Line

New Jersey Bankers Association has a new partner.

Posted by Strategic Resource Management on Nov 12, 2015 9:00:00 AM

Strategic Resource Management, Inc. (SRM) is pleased to announce its Endorsed Service Provider partnership with the New Jersey Bankers Association. The partnership was approved following a proposal submission process and vote of the New Jersey Bankers Association Service Corporation Board of Directors.  Through this partnership, New Jersey banks will have direct access to SRM’s suite of services which include vendor contract benchmarking, contract negotiation, and revenue enhancement.  

“SRM has had a long history of success helping banks identify and implement cost savings and revenue enhancement strategies,” said John McWeeney, Jr., President and CEO of the New Jersey Bankers Association.  “SRM is fully committed to helping our member banks improve their bottom line performance.”

“SRM is committed to delivering hard dollar cost savings and revenue to our bank clients, and this partnership is a strong reflection of that commitment, “ said Brad Downs, CEO of SRM.  “This partnership gives us better access and exposure to the banks in New Jersey to ensure that we can help them better compete in today’s environment.” 

About SRM

Founded in 1992, Strategic Resource Management, Inc. is an independent professional services firm that draws on extensive experience, market insight, and a robust, proprietary benchmarking database to help clients all across the U.S. and Canada reduce costs and improve revenue.

About New Jersey Bankers Association

Founded more than 112 years ago, the New Jersey Bankers Association (NJBankers) is a trade association representing 104 banks and more than 240 service providers.  NJBankers provides a variety of services to members including government relations at both the state and national levels; education and professional development, and employee health and welfare insurance benefit programs through its licensed insurance brokerage facility, Bankers Cooperative Group.