Symitar

  • Symitar Lands 32 New Users

    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.

  • Jack Henry Touts 2010 Symitar Signings

    Jack Henry & Associates of Monett, Mo., said it signed 32 new users of its Symitar core processing platforms in its 2010 fiscal year that ended June 30.

  • Akcelerant-Symitar Pact

    Akcelerant said it has signed a partnership agreement with Symitar, allowing the company to market its collections software and other solutions to credit unions running on the widely used core processing system from Jack Henry & Associates.

  • CPI Provider Enhances Symitar Integration

    State National Companies said it has expanded the integration of its collateral protection insurance software with the Symitar Episys platform as it enters into its third year as a member of

  • Akcelerant in Marketing Pact with Symitar

    Akcelerant said it can expand its presence among Symitar-powered credit unions now that it has signed a new partnership agreement with the credit union core processing division of Jack Henry & Associates.

  • SNC Touts Symitar Integration Upgrade

    State National Companies (SNC) said it has enhanced its interface module with the widely used Symitar Episys platform as it enters into its third year as a member of the core processor's vendor integration program.

  • Core Platform Wins Touted by Biggest, Smallest

    Key contract wins were announced this week by the largest and smallest core processors for credit unions.

  • CU Vendors Take the Good With the Bad When it Comes to Consolidation

    CUSOs and vendors agree that mergers in the credit union industry continue to have an impact on their business models, but it's not necessarily a negative one.

  • Symitar President Hooker Burress to Retire

    After a decade at Symitar, Kathy Hooker Burress plans to retire as division president at the end of the year, according to parent company Jack Henry & Associates.

  • Numark CU Adopts New E-Alerts System

    An Illinois credit union has gone first with a new alerts system that lets it notify members either by e-mail or text of individual account or system-wise events.

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