The $135 million Oxford FCU is now running on a Symitar Episys core platform through league-owned service bureau.
Jack Henry & Associates said the person-to-person payment platform for its iPay Technologies service has now reached more than one million users
SAN FRANCISCO — The biggest players in financial services technology right now might be Google and Facebook. That’s what it felt like at times at the Finovate Spring 2011 showcase last week at the San Francisco Design Center Concourse.
Two outsourcing providers of the Symitar core processing platform said they have signed new credit union users of their services.
A South Carolina online banking specialist made a P2P shot across the bow recently when it said it was using PayPal as the person-to-person payment engine on its Internet banking platform.
Twenty credit unions signed on as users of the two Symitar core processing systems in the second half of 2010, according to Jack Henry & Associates.
The Credit Union Risk Council has launched a new website aimed at helping credit unions better arm themselves against card fraud, including the first secured channel of communications with law enforcement of its kind, the group said.
The 550 credit unions using the Symitar Episys core platform will now be offered the Gladiator Enterprise Security Monitoring solution from a sister division at Jack Henry & Associates.
A new website aimed at helping credit unions better educate and arm themselves against card fraud has been launched by the Credit Union Risk Council.
In the mobile retail banking vendor race, some runners are way ahead of the pack, while others lag far behind.