Two more credit unions say they have committed to new core processing platforms: the $940 million Workers’ CU in Fitchburg, Mass., and the $67 million First General CU in Muskegon, Mich.
The 71,100-member Workers’ CU is currently runs on the Miser platform from FIS, according to the Technology Survey from Callahan & Associates, and plans to convert to COCC’s solution, a version of the Fiserv Open Solutions DNA platform operated in-house by the Avon, Conn., company.
Workers’ CU cited OCC’s advanced technologies and support in its decision to commit to the new platform, the company said.
Client-owned COCC now has 168 clients, 40 of them credit unions, and with the conversion of HarborOne to a bank, the company said, Workers’ CU will be the largest of the credit union clients.
Meanwhile, the 8,800-member FGCU has completed its conversion to the CUProdigy core system from Credit Union Data Processing Inc. of Layton, Utah, the credit union and CUSO said.
CUDP said FGCU is its 15th core client and 16th owner of the CUSO, which also provides a shared branching module to three credit unions and IT services to another.
FGCU had been running on the Fiserv OnCU platform, according to the Callahan survey, and cited the CUDP system’s modern technologies and flexibility in its decision to convert, along with the advantages of participating in the company’s ownership and direction.