Sunday, February 28, 2021


Kasasa is an award-winning financial technology and marketing technology provider that helps more than 750 community financial institutions establish long lasting relationships with millions of consumers through its branded retail products and marketing automation capabilities. Over the past 14 years, the company has reinvented the entire retail deposit category, and is now reinventing lending through its latest patent-pending offering, Kasasa Loans®. Through innovative products, a national consumer brand, and turnkey solutions and support, Kasasa helps local banks and credit unions compete for their rightful share of the market against the largest banks and digital bank competitors.


Contact: Ryan Howard
4516 Seton Center Parkway, Suite 300
Austin, TX 78759
Phone: (512) 349-4323  Fax: (512) 418-8165

Please visit Community in Focus. It’s filled with videos, infographics, podcasts, and articles to help your members:

  • Learn about the current lending climate and the performance of Kasasa Loans through it
  • Learn about cross-sell and acquisition marketing for loans
  • See what Take-Backs can mean to a consumer

[Slideshare] The 5 biggest risks in lending today Link

The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic recession has created serious risks in today’s lending market. Check out this slideshare to learn how to turn them into opportunities for lucrative growth.

[Article] Take-Backs are vital to consumers during COVID-19 crisis Link

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a major financial toll on every aspect of the economy, and borrowers are feeling that pain. That’s where Take-Backs are coming in handy. Read on to find out how they could help your consumers.

[Article] Why consumer generations don’t tell the whole story Link

Applying a digital native/digital immigrant model to consumers can help us take a different approach to the way we examine, classify, and predict their behavior. Where can you reach the consumers you’re targeting? Does it make sense for you to invest more in technology? Figuring out the answers to these questions starts with understanding today’s consumers.