From app stores to rolling out products targeted at smaller credit unions, some of the industry’s notable core processing players are following through on requests to make lending, collections and other areas of operation faster and more streamlined.
Read the latest in core processing in this Credit Union Times special report.
Online App Stores Thriving for Symitar, Fiserv Developers: Build a better mousetrap and they will download it. Monetize it, and the proposition becomes even more enticing.
CruiseNet Makes Debut for Small CU Market: Built on Symitar's .NET architecture, CruiseNet includes integrated loan collections, relationship pricing, accounting, automated reporting and workflow options.
Maintaining a Common Sense Approach: Core processing executive Sean Holcolmb says although IT input is important, operations should spearhead core processing change.
By the Numbers: Credit Unions Favor Large Core Processors: See which core processors are favored by credit unions with more than $1B in assets and those below.