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HARRISBURG, Pa. – eCU Technologies, the tech vendor for Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union, has added another user of its electronic statement solution, this time $101 million Delaware State Police FCU. The three-year-old CUSO now has 80 clients for its various software and services, including about seven for the e-statement software, according to COO Alan Brunner. A year ago at this time, it had about 60 clients. Delaware State Police FCU was an early adopter of eCU Technologies solutions, launching online banking about two years ago. Now it hopes to convert its 8,800 members to the savings and convenience of electronic statements, says the CU’s vice president of administration, Blanche Jackson. She said her CU also plans to add bill pay and automated loan decisioning from eCU Technologies soon.

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