Generations Bank is proud to announce its new initiative, ‘Welcome to generation e,’ and a renovation to its flagship office at 19 Cayuga St. in Seneca Falls.”When we talk about generations x, y, and z, we hear a lot about what makes each generation different” said Generations Bank Chairman Robert E. Kernan, Jr. “Generation e is truly different – because it isn’t defined by when you were born, but by how you think and what you do. It’s a generation that is adapting to changing technologies and looking for ways to free up some of their precious time.”Generations Bank is excited to offer cutting edge e-services. “We are finding that customers of all ages are quickly finding our MyGenMobile banking app a convenient way to do their banking and monitor their accounts,” said Vice President Sandy Ferrara. “But, we also know that our customers look for direct contact with their trusted banker when it’s needed, which is why we are committed to maintaining nine fully staffed retail offices in the Finger Lakes Region.”The Cayuga Office renovation will start later this spring and is expected to be completed by Fall 2016. Consistent with the vision of generation e, the new office will offer customers all the technology and resources to enable customers to bank where, when and how they want.“We are thrilled to announce generation e and all that it embodies for all our customers,” said Generations Bank President & CEO, Menzo D. Case. “With the announcement of our Cayuga Street renovation, we are pleased that our commitment to make it easy to be our customer continues. The renovated office will combine traditional teller services by the same friendly faces combined with state of the art technology and the ability to embrace self–service.”The community can expect the Cayuga office’s facelift to have a similar look and feel of the Generations Bank Headquarters building, which opened in 2013 at 20 East Bayard St. in Seneca Falls.Learn more about generation e and e-services at www.mygenbank.com/mobile.