PORTLAND, Ore. -- OnPoint Community Credit Union said it is upgrading to the latest versions of Integrated Media Management's document preparation solution.
The $2.6 billion credit union has been an IMM customer since 2000 and now will be using the browser-based TotaleAtlas platform.
The new version's functionality includes the ability to have members sign document solutions digitally, allowing them to be automatically indexed, encrypted and archived as PDFs, eliminating the need to ship and manually scan documents.
OnPoint said it will also use the TotaleAtlas' DocQ module, which provides for partially signed documents to be stored in a queue so that the signer or co-signer can complete the document electronically at a different time or different branch.
IMM (www.immonline.com) is based in Linden, N.J., and has a customer list of more than 600 financial institutions.
Northern FCU Goes VSoft
WATERTOWN, N.Y. -- Northern Federal Credit Union plans to help fuel its growth and improve back-office processes with image and branch capture solutions from VSoft Corp.
The $126 million CU said it plans to use the Check 21 technology from the Atlanta-based company to expand its network of five branches.
"Enabling our branches with image capture and exchange capabilities was the next logical step in our plans...to expand our network throughout the state," said Bonnie Whalen, operations manager at 24,000-member Northern FCU (www.northernfcu.com).
Murthy Veeraghanta, president of VSoft, said, "Enhancing Northern FCU's check processing with VSoft's solutions and eliminating the need for couriers will significantly cut back on costs and increase their back office productivity."