Reading Cooperative picks KlariVis or enterprise data and analytics

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KlariVis, a pioneer in data analytics for banks, has been selected by Massachusetts-based Reading Cooperative to implement its enterprise data and analytics solutions. Reading Cooperative marks the fifth Massachusetts-based customer for KlariVis.

Reading Cooperative is a depositor-owned co-operative founded in 1886, with nearly $1 billion in assets today. Reading Cooperative is led by President and CEO Julie Thurlow – a financial industry powerhouse who serves as Chair on the Board for the American Bankers Association and is a founding member of Alloy Labs. She also serves on the MA Fintech Hub and the boards of the Lawrence Partnership, the Massachusetts Taxpayer Foundation, and the Greater Lawrence Community Health Center.

“In today’s environment, accessible data is crucial for effectively managing our bank, tracking performance, and supporting decision-making, all while maintaining a customer-centric approach,” said Julie Thurlow, President and CEO of Reading Cooperative. “Through my work across the industry, I am familiar with a lot of solutions and KlariVis stood at the forefront of providing robust analytics and timely data, and we are thrilled to have them as our data partner.”

KlariVis, an enterprise dashboard and analytics platform built for bankers by bankers, compiles and aggregates high-value, actionable data into intuitive, interactive

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