New look and features coming to edoor!

Nevada State Bank is excited to announce some changes to your edoor online banking service. The new platform will provide a simple and efficient way to access and manage your company financials, while maintaining the great payment solutions that you’re used to. Starting the evening of September 21, 2018, your edoor system will be down while we migrate your account(s) from edoor to the new Treasury Internet Banking platform and will be ready for you to login to your new platform on September 24, 2018. 

What Does This Mean for You?

For now, you can still log in and access your accounts through the existing edoor. However, on September 24, 2018, you’ll start using the new link referencing Treasury Internet Banking. You’ll also notice a new look to the site.

New System Features:

New dashboard options – Your home screen will have some new options that will allow you to customize the dashboard to fit your needs.

System Administration – Enjoy new options, including simplified workflows. You can also create user groups and make changes to a whole group instead of one user at a time.

Extended history – Now you’ll have access to a full year of account history, increased from the current 180 days. You can view account history online or export it for use in other applications.


Have questions? Check out our FAQ’s or give our Treasury Management department a call at 1-800-693-7695.


Thank You,


Nevada State Bank

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