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Union Square Taps DieboldWICHITA FALLS, Texas-Union Square FCU here has selected Diebold to deliver monitoring, remote services and enhanced security for its network of 21 ATMs. The agreement also includes the addition of Diebold's deposit automation technology.For info: www.diebold.com.

 

Baseline Data Completes ExpansionINDIANAPOLIS-Baseline Data Services, a disaster recovery and online data storage services company, said it has concluded a multi-year, $2.25-million facility expansion as part of a three-phase renovation.For info: www.baseline-data.com.

 

Family Trust Chooses BancWorksJOHNSON CITY, Tenn.-Banc Intranets said that Family Trust FCU, Rock Hill, S.C., has chosen its BancWorks Intranet Solution.For info: www.bancintranets.com.

 

PCU Chooses Dwolla For PaymentsDES MOINES, Iowa.-Premier Credit Union is adding online, mobile and social payments platform Dwolla to its existing member services. The service will allow members to make real-time transactions with other people and merchants either online or via smart phone. Separately, Dwolla, the online, mobile and social payment platform supported by The Members Group (TMG), has released what it says is the nation's first location-based payment technology. Called Dwolla Spots, the technology allows Dwolla users to pay for goods or services on-site - and for a flat transaction fee of 25 cents.For info: www.dwolla.com.

 

Synergent Offers Shared BranchingPORTLAND, Maine-Synergent has begun offering shared branching kiosks in CU lobbies and other locations both in this state and in Boston, where Mass Bay CU has installed a unit. Separately, Massachusetts-based St. Jean's CU, the second-oldest CU in the U.S., has turned to Synergent Technology Services and the Episys core processing solution from Symitar.For info: www.synergentcorp.com

 

Five CUs Select Share OneMEMPHIS, Tenn.-Five CUs have selected NewSolutions from Share One as their new data processing solution: $127-million CountrySide FCU, Syracuse, N.Y.; $18-million New Haven County CU, North Haven, Conn.; $14-million AdvantagePlus FCU, Terre Haute, Ind.; $135-million Emery FCU, Cincinnati,. and $126-million Greater Springfield CU, Massachusetts. In addition, two other Share One clients, Self-Help CU, Durham, N.C. and Rio Grande FCU, Grand Junction, Colo., extended their contracts.For info: www.shareone.com.

 

350 FIs Select goDoughMONETT, Mo.-Jack Henry & Associates said that goDough, its mobile banking solution, has now been selected by 350 of its core financial institution clients. goDough was introduced in November 2007 and now supports subscribers to 73 mobile service carriers.For info: www.jackhenry.com

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