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Trio of CUs Select DNA-sme

GLASTONBURY, Conn.-Open Solutions Inc. reported three CUs have selected its DNA-sme (Standard Market Edition) to address their enterprise-wide core processing needs. Choosing the solution were Atlantic City FCU, Lander, Wyo.; White River CU, Enumclaw, Wash., and 1st Choice CU, Atlanta. The platform is now the underlying technology structure for 119 CUs in the U.S.


Loan Servicing Platform Now LoanServ

BROOKFIELD, Wis.-Fiserv, Inc. has renamed its Loan Servicing Platform as LoanServ. LoanServ combines mortgage loans, consumer loans, indirect financing, home equity loans and lines-of-credit and distressed-loan functionality into one core system so that all of a borrower's retail loan relationships can be supported on one platform.

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ACI, First Data In Partnership

NEW YORK-ACI Worldwide, Inc., a provider of electronic payments software and solutions, has entered into a new, multi-year global enterprise relationship with First Data Corp., a provider of electronic commerce and payment processing. First Data will combine ACI solutions with its offerings to provide its customers with payment and transaction processing services.

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'The WayiPay' Makes Debut

MONETT, Mo.-Jack Henry & Associates has introduced "TheWayiPay," a standalone version of the iPay person-to-person (P2P) electronic payment solution that is provided by its recently acquired iPay Technologies division. TheWayiPay allows anyone in the U.S. with a bank or CU account to send and receive money using their existing accounts, and is accessed through financial institutions' web sites by leveraging the same secure processing as online banking transactions.

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Chicago CU Selects R.C. Olmstead

DUBLIN, Ohio-R. C. Olmstead, Inc. has been selected by 77th Street Depot FCU, Chicago, for core data processing services. RCO will provide core processing to the $18-million CU for the next seven years under the agreement. The CU will also utilize RCO Home Banking, multifactor authentication interface, laser forms and real-time ATM/Debit card interface.


IMM App Now On iPad

LINDEN, N.J.-Integrated Media Management (IMM), a document output management and automation technology provider, has released an iPad application. Introduced in May, IMM's TotaleSign extends mobile functionality of the document process and signature capture to its products TotaleAtlas and Universal Document Presentment (UDP). Completed documents appear on the iPad, allowing users to review and sign them on the mobile device. The iPad component provides a search of all DocQ sessions, displaying which documents have been signed and which documents need to be completed.

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