Fiserv and Symitar dominate the discussions around credit union core systems, but many smaller providers are nipping at the heels of the core giants.
This second part of a two-part series on core processor competition is a preview from next week's print edition of Credit Union Times.
Fiserv and Symitar dominate the discussions around credit union core systems, but the fact is that many suppliers toil in the core system trenches. And at least some of them are gaining notice, winning fans and even attempting to chart new directions for what cores might look like in a...
This week's preview from next week's print edition is part one of a look at the competition in the credit union pond for core processing providers.
Somebody is winning. Somebody is losing. Just don’t expect an easy to decipher who will win the battle in this update on the credit union core systems war.
Credit union core systems are old, truly antique in computer terms, but they also seem to be immortal in most institutions.
Core processing systems can often do more than they're typically used for, but less than what's needed.