Katahdin FCU to Convert to Synergent
Synergent Technology Services said it will be converting the $69 million Katahdin FCU in Millinocket, Maine, to the Symitar Episys core processing platform through its service bureau.
The 7,600-member Katahdin FCU, which also has a location in Island Falls, is currently using the Fiserv DataSafe platform, according to the Technology Survey from Callahan & Associates.
Synergent said it also recently signed agreements to provide a variety of services to several other credit unions, all in Maine.
They are the$115 million Bangor FCU in Bangor, the $45 million Brewer FCU in Brewer, the$21 million Changing Seasons FCU in Hampden, the $207 million Evergreen CU in Portland, the $242 million Maine Savings FCU in Hampden, the $193 million University CU in Orono and the $43 million Coast Line CU in South Portland for mobile banking from Access Softek; Changing Seasons FCU for digital marketing from Deep Target; the $245 million Atlantic Regional FCU in Brunswick, Maine Savings FCU and the $148 million NorState FCU in Madawaska for online banking from Jwaala; the $60 million New Dimensions FCU in Waterville and the $33 million Sabattus Regional CU in Sabattus for shared branching; and the $70 million Sebasticook Valley FCU in Pittsfield for statement processing.