CRIF Lending Solutions said it has signed 35 banks and credit unions so far as users of its CRIF ACTion lending and account opening origination solution launched earlier this year.
They include the $419 million Finance Center FCU in Indianapolis, the $1.1 billion North Island CU in San Diego, the $2.8 billion Desert Schools FCU in Phoenix and the $251 million East Idaho CU in Idaho Falls.
Atlanta-based CRIF Lending Solutions created the new platform by combining the APPRO and Teres Solutions it had acquired. The Cypress platform also is now included after that more recent acquisition, the company said.
Available functions include consumer, business and merchant lending and account opening.
"It’s a very user-friendly system, and my direct and indirect channels can now give consistent responses to members regardless of the channel they choose to obtain my products,” said Stacy Davis, vice president of lending at East Idaho CU.
CRIF Lending Solutions, part of the Italian firm CRIF, also owns the Aimbridge, FLS and Magnum platforms and said it now has more than 650 customers using its software.