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.
This preview from next week's print edition looks at the work on new integrating standards for credit union-specific software.
The $963 million Washington state credit union said more than 50 employees were involved in the decision process.
Big North Carolina credit union cites flexibility in decision to adopt Episys system.