John San Filippo, industry journalist and former Symitar marketer, will cover technology and business development.
Middleware now includes the ability to control credit union connectivity throughout the enterprise.
A five-year-old San Diego core processor has now passed the 25 mark in credit union clients while another San Diego-based operation has converted the largest user to date for its platform aimed at smaller credit unions.
One converts to Corelation's KeyStone system. Two switching to Symitar systems.
Financial managers debate whether the NCUA is overblowing IRR concerns, or if the industry faces a serious threat.
Symitar plans to roll out CUFX services as part of a service-oriented architecture upgrade in 2016.
Adoption of the integration standard has been slow, but Symitar plans to include CUFX in future Episys release.
New York credit union commits to Maine league's Episys service bureau.
Four credit unions have announced core processing conversion completions or commitments in recent days.
Episys, Sharetec each pick up two, while Fiserv loses three and CU*Answers one.