ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – PSCU Financial Services says it has a new solution to make it easier for credit unions to utilize card data in other applications, such as delivery of card data via home banking or for member service reps to use in call centers. With Data eXchange, credit unions can pull external data sources and implement it in other solutions with very little integration. State Employees CU of North Carolina is using it to integrate credit card data with its other online applications. “All the information, regardless of its origin, shares the same look and feel,” said Rick Rhoads, SVP of E-Services for the CU. According to PSCU, Harland, USERS as well as other host processors have integrated Data eXchange into their home banking solutions.

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