Texas-based IT automation firm builds on 2014 milestones with aggressive growth plans this year.
The $128 million One Credit Union in Springfield, Vt., is converting to the Symitar Episys core processing system through the Synergent service bureau.
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.
Jack Henry & Associates said it has moved 16 credit unions running its Symitar core platform in-house to the company’s service bureau offering in the past 18 months.
Synergent said it also recently signed agreements to provide a variety of services to several other credit unions, all in Maine.
Synergent Technology Services said it will be deploying remote service offerings at four of its client credit unions, all in its home state of Maine.
Two more credit unions have signed on for electronic check collection and shared draft services from Synergent, according to the wholly owned subsidiary of the Maine Credit Union League.
A technology service subsidiary of the Maine Credit Union League said it has expanded its relationship with the credit union core processing arm of Jack Henry & Associates.
Maine Credit Union League subsidiary says it now processes for more than 100 Northeast credit unions.