SUNNYVALE, Calif. - Star One Credit Union has extended its online banking contract with Digital Insight through 2008. The $2.8 billion CU, the largest in Silicon Valley, deploys the Internet banker's entire consumer suite, including transactions and balances, bill pay and presentment, online statements, check imaging and alerts, as well as online consumer lending and marketing and sales tools and training. "Digital Insight's overall high-quality product offerings, with recent advancements in lending, bill pay and funds transfer products, will result in a better overall product offering to Star One members," says Margarete Mucker, vice president of remote services at the 67,000-member CU in Sunnyvale. "Our intent is to build this partnership by adding capabilities over time," says Jeff Stiefler, chairman, president and CEO at Calabasas-based Digital Insight. In other billion dollar CU news for DI, the $1.5 billion Atlanta Postal CU, Georgia's second largest, will deploy DI's AnyTimeLender, ContactCenterLender and DeskTopLender Premium online lending solutions while extending its relationship with California-based DI through 2010. Increased decisioning and origination efficiencies and better member service will be the result, according to APCU officials, who also renewed their consumer Internet banking relationship with DI. "More efficient tracking and reporting capabilities will enable us to cross-sell more effectively and allow us the flexibility to adjust to current and future market conditions on the move," says Chuck Head, senior vice president of lending.
DI Wins Billion Dollar CU New Client, Extension
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