CetoLogic Launches New Blog, Whoknew

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Whoknew addresses hot topics within the financial industry with humor and intelligence

ATLANTA, Sep. 1, 2015 – CetoLogic, a leading provider of software and analytics for financial institutions and retailers, announced the launch of the company’s new blog, Whoknew (www.cetologic.com/blog).

Written by CetoLogic staff, Whoknew taps into the firm’s expertise to post on hot topics, how to’s, best practices and fresh perspectives on relevant banking, analytics and software topics to help financial institutions succeed. By addressing the latest topics within the financial services industry, Whoknew hopes to engage and incite meaningful conversations among readers. Following each post, readers are encouraged to share their own thoughts and expertise. Recent blog posts include:

“Our goal of launching Whoknew is fun and lighthearted way to share interesting topics that we hope educate and engage today’s banks and credit unions,” said Douglas Ceto, president and CEO of CetoLogic. “We are excited to have a new outlet to share our knowledge and experiences with the financial services industry, but we are also looking forward to hearing our readers’ feedback and differing opinions on the topics we address.”

To visit the blog, go to http://www.cetologic.com/blog/. Readers can also subscribe to CetoLogic’s e-newsletter and receive blog posts via email.

 

About CetoLogic

Atlanta, Ga.-based CetoLogic provides software solutions and analytics to financial institutions and retail organizations. CetoLogic proudly services the needs of more than 1,500 clients in 50 states and Canada by providing “Smart Solutions that Make Dollars and Sense.” CetoLogic is the designer of C3 Financial, a web-based cash forecasting and management software. CetoLogic is also responsible for Deposit Reclassification, a Regulation D retail sweep program designed to eliminate reserve balances. CetoLogic’s pALMs is a web-based asset/liability management simulation software that provides accurate and detailed analysis asset-by-asset and liability-by-liability. These solutions improve earnings, efficiencies, risk management and operations