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ATLANTA – Delta Employees Credit Union is the first to go live with shared branching firm Credit Union Service Corporation’s Next Generation Network. The $2.3 billion CU has already settled millions of live transactions through the Next Generation Switch. CUSC said the Next Generation increases the amount of information transmitted through the network, which can help prevent fraudulent activity. It is also designed to speed response times, and reduce overall costs. By expanding the existing ISO 8583 format, utilized by both EFT and shared branching networks, CUSC developed a format called CUSC NGN ISO. The CUSC NGN ISO supplies important information to the acquiring teller, such as member’s date of birth, date account opened, expanded joint owner fields, and up to 30-days of transaction history. “The Next Generation Network is the right combination of technological hardware and software, designed to set a new expectation for how shared branching transactions are performed,” says Scott McCall, Chief Operation Officer for CUSC.

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