The $208 million Atomic Credit Union in Piketon, Ohio, plans to convert to the UltraData core processing platform from Davis + Henderson Corp., the company and credit union said.
The announcement was the first credit union contract win announced by D+H since it rebranded the former Harland Financial Solutions on Tuesday.
The 26,700-member credit union cited solution integration and regulatory compliance expertise in its decision, according to D+H, and also will be using the company’s Cavion online, voice and mobile banking solutions, as well as item processing business intelligence, remote deposit capture and loan servicing products.
Toronto-based D+H bought Lake Mary, Fla.-based HFS from Harland Clarke Holdings Corp. last summer.
Atomic Credit Union currently runs on a core processing platform from R.C. Olmstead Inc. of Dublin, Ohio, according to data from Callahan & Associates. Fifty-four credit unions currently use RCO, according to Callahan data, while there are 310 credit unions running UltraData.
D+H said it now provides enterprise, lending, channel management and payments solutions to more than 6,000 banks and credit unions across North America.