Akcelerant said it has signed a partnership agreement withSymitar, allowing the company to market its collections softwareand other solutions to credit unions running on the widely usedcore processing system from Jack Henry & Associates.


The Akcelerant Framework, which also includes loan originationsoftware, already is in place at more than 40 of Symitar'scustomers and is being used by more than 400 credit unions overall,according to Jay Mossman, president/CEO of Akcelerant in Malvern,Pa.


The agreement allows Akcelerant access to San Diego-basedSymitar's vendor integration services and to market the Akcelerantplatform to the core processor's client base of more than 700credit unions.


“Akcelerant has tightly integrated its software to the Episys[core processing system] and gains new Symitar customers eachquarter who wish to take advantage of Akcelerant technology,” thecompany said.

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