The $84 million CTCE Federal Credit Union of Reading, Pa., has become the 49th credit union to convert to the Symitar Episys platform through Member Driven Technologies, the suburban Detroit CUSO said.
Suburban Detroit CUSO's hosting operation notches 49th conversion to Symitar Episys platform.
After six years of development, Corelation Inc. of San Diego has a credit union customer live on its new KeyStone core processing platform.
San Diego-area credit union one of three signees so far for startup from former Symitar executives.
Two credit unions in Massachusetts and Ohio have committed to outsourcing their core processing through credit union-owned service bureaus running the Symitar core processing platform.
Heather Moshier works for the benefit of her credit union’s members out front and behind the scenes, and, as if she had time to spare, has become a respected member of the nationwide network of CU technology managers.
Symitar has a new president, and Kathy Hooker Burress has accomplished one final goal in her long career in credit union technology sales and service. She retired.
Member Driven Technologies said it has just converted two more credit unions to users of the Symitar Episys core
Member Driven Technologies (MDT) said it has just converted two more credit unions to users of the Symitar Episys core platform, bringing to 45 the number of CUs now using the Detroit CUSO's data center operations.
Thirty-two credit unions committed to becoming new users of Symitar core processing platforms in fiscal 2010, according to Jack Henry & Associates of Monett, Mo.