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Two credit unions – one in Florida, the other in Minnesota – have announced they are switching core processors.
The $1.3 billion Phoenix credit union cites third-party integration, infrastructure in decision to change core processors.
Members Choice helps core processor debut co-location offering.
Billion-dollar Indiana credit union to run Episys platform in-house.
Financial reports show growth in clients, income, companies say.
Massachusetts credit union also will be using Access Softek mobile and Jwaala online platforms.
The effort to create a new technology standard for integrating credit union-specific software has marked a number of milestones since it was launched by members of the CUNA Technology Council.