BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Credit Union Service Corp. (CUSC) says it now will be distributing to credit unions the CUe-Passport teller application from EPL Inc. “CUe-Passport is being positioned to become the sole shared-branching teller application for CUSC stand-alone and outlet locations without a shared branching acquirer solution,” says Craig Beach, vice president of marketing and business development for CUSC. CUSC (www.cusc.net) is based in Duluth, Ga., and is the nation’s largest shared branching network, with nearly 60% of the market, and is co-owned by credit unions, leagues, CUNA and CUNA Mutual. EPL (www.eplinc.com) is a credit union-owned core provider of core processing and other business solutions for CUs.
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