Fiserv Inc. said the $128 million Animas Credit Union in Farmington, N.M., will be converting to the Wisconsin-based technology company’s XP2 account processing platform.
The 16,000-member Animas CU currently is running on a Fiserv CUBE platform, according to the Technology Survey from Callahan & Associates.
The New Mexico credit union cited the ability to integrate multiple products and services in its decision.
“We selected XP2 primarily due to its integrated business account and commercial lending capability. The Fiserv solution set will allow us to capture the speed and efficiency of a single, integrated platform to provide our members with faster, more efficient service,” said the credit union’s vice president of administration, Cecilia Taulbee.
Other services the credit union selected include Mobiliti mobile banking, Virtual branch home banking, voice response, accounting, ATM and debit processing and card, print and e-statement production solutions.
There now are about 220 credit unions using the XP2 core platform.