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PLANO, Texas – Credit union data processor IntegraSys said it signed $25 million worth of contract renewals for its Premier service bureau system in the fourth quarter of 2003. The renewal figures are important for IntegraSys because it’s an indication of how its CU clients feel about breaking away from EDS and becoming a Fiserv subsidiary, one of seven. IntegraSys said it is currently in the midst of an important overhaul of Premier. “We currently have a major refresh underway for Premier that takes advantage of Microsoft .NET and Web services technologies,” said Albert Ku, IntegraSys SVP and general manager for Premier. Premier users can also get discount pricing on overdraft protection through a deal IntegraSys made with Floyd & Associates.

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