Credit unions share which core processor they chose and why.
As many as 60 competitive core conversions are up for grabs this year.
Read what attendees at this year's GAC will find in the exhibit hall.
On the surface, it might appear that a recent extension of the deadline for large employers to comply with providing health insurance under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act from 2014 to 2015, is a cause for relief. But some are not so sure.
New credit union industry private exchange believes mandates will force employees to send workers to private exchanges.
Do you want to know a secret? Roughly three in 10 small credit unions do not maintain their core systems in-house, instead using “hosted” or “service bureau” solutions where the core is in fact maintained off-premises by a third-party vendor.
This preview from next week's print edition continues tech writer Robert McGarvey's look at the changing core processing industry for credit unions.
Credit union core systems are old, truly antique in computer terms, but they also seem to be immortal in most institutions.
Core processing systems can often do more than they're typically used for, but less than what's needed.
Big banking tech companies recently have been hungrily gobbling up smaller companies and the question is, Will this consolidation continue? The other question, Is this good, or bad, for credit unions?