Fiserv and Symitar dominate the discussions around credit union core systems, but the fact is that many suppliers toil in the core system trenches. And at least some of them are gaining notice, winning fans and even attempting to chart new directions for what cores might look like in a...
This week's preview from next week's print edition is part one of a look at the competition in the credit union pond for core processing providers.
Core processing conversion for Illinois credit union.
Billion-dollar Indiana credit union to run Episys platform in-house.
Consulting firm claims community financial institutions pay on average 24% over fair market value.
CU*Answers and Xtend Inc. have added new owners and the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based core processor also Is offering a white paper on DDoS risk.
Bradford-Scott says its conversion dance card is now filled for the year.
Wakota FCU and Toro Employees making a switch.
Somebody is winning. Somebody is losing. Just don’t expect an easy to decipher who will win the battle in this update on the credit union core systems war.
PRFCU, which began as Idaho’s first credit union in 1935, plans to convert to the FLEX platform later this year.