Credit unions from California to Minnesota announce new conversion deals.
Credit union’s claims involve performance issues with the company’s DNA core system.
Credit unions share which core processor they chose and why.
Fiserv disputes Symitar's claim of market share superiority.
A new Fiserv white paper details steps credit unions should take now to prepare for tomorrow's must-have mobile service.
The $1.1B Greylock FCU will target both credit unions and banks using the Fiserv DNA core system.
The $573M California credit union switching to Symitar's Epsys core system from Fiserv's Acumen.
One announcement is from a credit union that will be first in its market to offer mobile photo credit card account switching.
A $1B credit union converts to Symitar, while a $78M credit union switches to CU*BASE.
Good apps are key to survival, as the post-PC era dawns.