Bridgeton Onized Switching to Share One
The $31 million Bridgeton Onized Federal Credit Union of Vineland, N.J., will be converting to the NewSolutions core processing platform from Share One Inc., the company and credit union said.
Updated technology, a better partnership and the ability to mine member data from the core system were cited in the 7,100-member credit union’s decision to convert from a Fiserv Aftech system, the company and credit union said.
“We have never been able to access and sort member information into household, individual, and transactional reports this easily, so we look forward to getting to know our membership and developing products based on reports that each of us can customize departmentally,” said Tamara Ciccioli, the credit union’s CEO.
An in-house credit card program also will be integrated into the NewSolutions platform. “This will allow us to effectively manage credit card transactions, deliver better member service, and ultimately see a better return,” Ciccioli said.
“NewSolutions was built to replace the old legacy systems that are still being utilized by hundreds of credit unions today,” says Scott Eungard, vice president of sales and marketing at Share One, which now serves more than 85 credit unions.