Right in the heart of the Silicon Prairie, D3 Banking is headquartered smack dab in the middle of Omaha, Nebraska. At D3 Banking we utilize the latest technology to build cutting edge product for financial institutions. Working with D3 is about more than a 401(k), relaxed dress code and free snacks (which are all included!), it's about working in a collaborative environment and building a solution that impacts millions of people around the United States.
D3 Banking provides a comprehensive set of digital banking solutions embedded with personal financial management tools built on a single platform that is accessible anytime, anywhere, from any device. Our solution gives financial institutions the flexibility and control to engage more deeply with customers, increase retention, and cross-sell effectively. Our clients are leading the way digital banking is personalized and delivered to end users.
D3 is searching for a technical leader focused on QA Automation Engineering. The QA Automation Engineer will implement and mentor the usage of test tools in software development projects. This position will be responsible for maintaining efficient and effective quality assurance testing tools for all products and platforms.
D3 offers a competitive salary, flexible hours, full benefit package and much more!
Digital Banking Platform Now Available on Amazon Web Services
(D3), provider of one of the industry’s most advanced digital banking platforms, announced today that it is now a member of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN). Its cloud-native digital banking platform can be deployed on AWS, resulting in lower costs, greater control and more rapid innovation for banks and credit unions.
Survey: 74% of Consumers are Likely to Recommend Their Financial Institutions
Survey reveals preference for regional and community institutions, but digital remains major reason for banking with the largest institutions.
D3 Enhances Insight to Unlock Additional Actionable Data for Financial Institutions
Powerful analytics tool gives banks and credit unions the power to anticipate customer and member needs