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SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Four credit unions have just committed to the Symitar Cruise core processing platform, bringing to more than 190 the number of CUs that will be running the system geared for smaller institutions, the company says. Using the system in-house will be $23.8 million Holston Methodist FCU in Knoxville, Tenn., and $3.4 million St. Alphonsus Medical Credit Union in Boise, Idaho, while committing to outsourcing their core processing on Cruise are $19.2 million Southern Credit Union in Chattanooga, Tenn., and $48.1 million Great Lakes First FCU in Escanaba, Mich. Great Lakes First now is a CGI client, according to the 2004 Credit Union Technology Survey from Callahan & Associates, which tracks credit unions of $25 million in assets and above. Symitar is a subsidiary of Jack Henry & Associates.

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