SAN ANTONIO — Some familiar faces in new roles and some newtwists altogether were among the offerings during the Mondaymorning “speed round” at the CUNA Technology Council conferenceat the Marriott Rivercenter in San Antonio.

In a fast-paced 90 minutes, a group of eight presenting vendorsshowed off their offerings – including automated compliancesoftware, online, mobile and personal financial managementsolutions, remote check deposit solutions and documentmanagement.

A familiar figure with a new role in the credit union space wasKathy Hooker Burress, the retired president of Symitar who's nowpresident of Software Management & Associates, a Texas-basedprovider of workflow automation and job scheduling solutions.

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