Digital Banking

Manage your business on your schedule.


Western’s digital banking options give you real-time access to your business accounts, letting you check on activity and complete banking tasks whenever it works for you. And with customer service just a call or click away, we’re still here to help you if you need it.

Business online banking

Manage your business banking at your convenience, with the essential tools and features you need.

With online banking, you can:

  • View account balances and transaction activity
  • Send payments
  • See paid check images
  • Transfer funds


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Business mobile banking

Available for Apple and Android devices, the Western State Bank business mobile app helps you manage your accounts when it's convenient for you. 

With the mobile app, you can:

  • View balances and recent transaction history
  • Send payments
  • Transfer funds between accounts
  • Make deposits

To get started, just enroll in mobile banking through your business online banking account.

After you’ve enrolled, download the business mobile app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store to use it.

Download for Apple 

Download for Android

Get started today.

Contact our team today for more information.

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"I have banked with Western State Bank for over 10 years and they have always exceeded my expectations! To be successful in business, I feel it is critical to have a great bank on your side. Western has always been there for me."

Rob Jordahl, President/Co-owner, Meridian Commercial Construction, Inc.

"I wanted to reach out to say thank you. Western has been a very good bank to us and this is just another example of the help you provide!"

Chris and Samantha Bachmeier, Bachmeier Homes

"This is the type of banking relationship a business hopes to achieve with its banker. We look forward to a long-term relationship with Western State Bank."

Clinton O. Shreeve, LC Jacobson & Company