The $40 million Pioneer Valley Federal Credit Union inSpringfield, Mass., will be converting to the Symitar Episys coreprocessing platform through the service bureau operated bySynergent Technology Services in Portland, Maine.

The 6,200-member credit union – which also has offices inBrookdale and Chicopee, Mass. – will also be using Synergent forcheck collection, draft, ATM and debit processing, as well asAccessSoftek mobile banking and mobile check capture and Jwaala's online banking platform, Synergent said.

Synergent is a subsidiary of the Maine Credit Union League andsaid nearly 60 credit unions are now using its service bureau. Morethan 750 credit unions run on core processing software from Symitar, a subsidiary of Jack Henry &Associates of Monett, Mo.

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