Harland Announces Nine ULTRADATA Signings
ATLANTA - Nine credit unions have committed to the ULTRADATA core processing platform in the past six months, three who'll run it in-house and six as service bureau users, according to Harland Financial Solutions. The new in-house ULTRADATA clients, and their prior processor, according to NCUA records, are $115 million North Coast CU of Bellingham, Wash. (IntegraSys); $280 million Nutmeg State FCU of Rocky Hill, Conn. (Financial Data Corp.), and $69 million United Health Services CU of Spokane, Wash. (CGI). New service bureau clients are $23 million California Agribusiness CU in Buena Park (IntegraSys); $16 million HealthEast Employees CU in St. Paul, Minn. (FiTECH); $23 million Kitsap County Public Employees CU in Silverdale, Wash. (CGI); $47 million Northwest United FCU in Arvada, Colo. (IntegraSys); $34 million Richmond FCU in Virginia (AFTECH), and $19 million Shell Southwest CU in Long Beach, Calif. (CGI). They'll be served by the company's data center in Des Moines, Iowa. More than 400 credit unions now run on the ULTRADATA platform. "Credit unions continue to take advantage of our technological advances in both in-house and service bureau flavors of the ULTRADATA System. We want to improve the performance of our customers and are able to do this with our open and integrated enterprise approach to delivering our solutions," says Raju Shivdasani, president of Harland Financial Solutions' Core Systems Group.