Enhanced Software Products Inc. of Spokane, Wash., said it has converted a longtime Chicago client to its flagship core processing solution and signed on two Pocatello, Idaho, credit unions as new users.
The $425 million Selfreliance Ukrainian American FCU has been a 15-year ESP customer and recently migrated to the FORZA3 core platform, the company and credit union said.
“I am grateful for the long-term, productive relationship between Selfreliance and ESP,” said the credit union’s president/CEO, Bohdan Watral.
The new clients are the $65 million, 10,300-member Potelco United CU and the $34 million, 2,700-member Pocatello Simplot CU. Both are currently clients of Open Solutions Inc., according to the Technology Survey from Callahan & Associates.
ESP said it has signed six credit unions in the past two months and that it now has 42 credit unions on its FORZA3 platform. The company also offers in-house solutions that include online and mobile banking, audio response, multi-factor authentication and e-statements, said its president, Shaun Murray.