Two more companies have joined Symitar's Vendor Integration Program, a service designed to streamline and support integration work between third-party vendors and the Episys core processing system.
They are online banking specialist Jwaala Inc. of Austin, Texas, and Boston-based Experian QAS, a provider of data validation software to more than 10,000 customers across a variety of industries worldwide.
Jwaala said its participation in the VIP program will help it "maintain tight integration" between Episys and its MoneyTracker BOB online banking platform, and coincides with the 2008 startup's launch of its Quick Launch Program, which promises a 30-day deployment to new users.
Experian QAS said its VIP membership allows it to integrate its address verification software into the Episys platform, providing member address and standardization in real time and reducing returned mail while increasing marketing effectiveness.
San Diego-based Symitar, a Jack Henry & Associates division, said it currently has about 50 vendors in its VIP program and serves more than 700 credit unions.