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Social Assurance Announces CRA Management Software

We’re excited to announce we’ve added a Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) solution to our suite of tools designed to help financial brands further connect with their communities. Our solution — Community — helps financial brands manage and promote CRA eligible services, donations, investments and loans. Community addresses an important customer concern – providing a solution


Social Assurance Software Adapted for Use in Education Space

Social Assurance is excited to announce that their software, initially developed for the financial services space, is now being used by more than 9,000 students, teachers and administrators across the country through Class Intercom. In 2017, Social Assurance saw an opportunity for educators to teach social responsibility and marketing by leveraging much of their existing


Profile photo update

Facebook recently updated their platform to improve the readability of the comments section. As a part of the redesign, profile photos are now circular. The update is being released in roll out fashion, so there’s no specific time on when the transition will take place. For individuals who have headshots as their profile photos, this


Ben Pankonin named “Executive of the Year” by SPN

LINCOLN, Neb.  (May 2017) – Ben Pankonin, CEO and co-founder of Lincoln-based Social Assurance, was recently named Silicon Prairie News 2017 Executive of the Year. Recognized for his role leading the Social Assurance team in providing fintech solutions in the financial industry. Pankonin received the award during a ceremony held May 2, 2017, at the


Learning from a public relations disaster

Public relations disasters are nothing new. However, thanks to social media, there are more avenues than ever to amplify any potential disaster. But with a proper crisis plan in place, speedy attention to the issue, any brand can manage these concerns, including those of you who work in the financial industry. Whenever a public relations disaster