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The $886 million Andrews Federal Credit Union in Suitland, Md., converting to Symitar Episys core processing platform and running it in-house.
More than 100 of Symitar’s 750 or so credit union clients are now processing on hosted versions of its Episys and Cruise platforms through the core processor’s OutLink Data Center operation, the company said.
Third-party integration and increased efficiencies were cited in the decision by the $1.8 billion Summit Credit Union in Madison, Wis., to convert to the Symitar core processing platform from Jack Henry & Associates, the company and credit union said.
Symitar says more than 100 credit unions now on hosted versions of its Episys and Cruise platforms through the core processor’s data centers.
More than $1.6 million has been invested since November to upgrade the Wescom Resources Group service bureau for credit unions running the Symitar Episys core platform, the company said.
Efficiencies, third-party integration cited in decision to switch platforms.
Wescom Resources Group said it has invested more than $1.6 million in its service bureau for credit unions running the Symitar Episys core platform.
The $78 million Alternatives Federal Credit Union in Ithaca, N.Y., plans to convert to the Symitar Episys core processing system through the service bureau at Synergent Technology Services of Portland, Maine, the company said.
The $78 million Ithaca, N.Y., credit union to convert to Symitar through the service bureau at Synergent Technology Services of Portland, Maine.