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NEW YORK – qbt Systems, a provider of middleware to financial institutions, is now offering an integrated, real-time version of Dallas-based Ser Technology’s loan-decisioning system, the companies say. The integration uses qbt’s MultiPoint Integrator to support immediate updates between the Ser Technology platform and any core data processing system, says Brian Bodell, president of New York City-based qbt. That allows loan applications to automatically be placed into servicing systems without any data re-keying, says Bodell, whose company’s list of 215 clients includes a number of credit unions and core processors and EFT networks in the credit union space. Ser Technology serves more than 2,400 clients with a variety of credit-related technology solutions.

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