DeposZip remote deposit capture services from Vertifi Software, a subsidiary of Burlington, Mass.-based Eastern Corporate Federal Credit Union, will soon be offered by six more CUs, the company announced. Five CUs plan to add DeposZip Mobile to their suite of DeposZip RDC services.
The Tampa, Fla.-based, $323 million Florida Central CU; $330 million, Nutmeg State FCU of Rocky Hill, Conn.; $242 million, Partners 1st FCU of Fort Wayne, Ind.; $1 billion, Pen Air FCU of Pensacola, Fla. and Medford, N.Y.-based, $875 million, Suffolk FCU have signed up for DeposZip’s Desktop and Mobile programs, Vertifi said. The $318 million, Redmond, Wash.-based Qualstar CU has committed to DeposZip Desktop only.
Another five CUs that currently offer DeposZip’s desktop RDC program will soon make DeposZip Mobile available to its members. They are the $593 million, Los Angeles-based Farmers Insurance Group FCU; $1.4 billion, Tampa, Fla.-based GTE FCU; $1.8 billion, Portsmouth, N.H.-based Service CU; $413 million, Sharon, Mass.-based Sharon CU and $673 million, Bridgeton, Mo.-based Vantage CU.
68 credit unions now offer DeposZip, including 14 with assets greater than $1 billion, Vertifi said. The company reports that approximately 140,000 CU members have deposited more than $1 billion into their accounts using DeposZip, including $170 million via DeposZip Mobile, which became available in early 2010.