Two New York State credit unions have announced their plans toconvert to the Symitar core processing platform from Jack Henry& Associates of Monett, Mo.

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They are the $782 million Quorum FCU in Purchase and the $102million St. Lawrence FCU in Ogdensburg.

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Both currently are Fiserv Inc. account processing customers: Quorum on theSpectrum platform and St. Lawrence on the Portico platform,according to data from Callahan & Associates.

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Quorum will be running the Symitar Episys platform in-house,Symitar said, while St. Lawrence will run on Symitar through theservice bureau run by Synergent in Portland, Maine, that companysaid.

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Synergent is a subsidiary of the Maine Credit Union League andsaid about 60 credit unions are now using its service bureau. Morethan 750 credit unions run on core processing software from Symitar.

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