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CU Taps Connect Financial

SALT LAKE CITY–Connect Financial Software Solutions said it has signed a multi-year agreement with the $880-million Northrop Grumman FCU to provide it with its consumer suite of Internet banking and significant customization services. The suite will include mobile applications. For info:


Fiserv Expands P2P Offering

BROOKFIELD, Wis.–Fiserv reported that its CheckFree RXP money movement platform has been expanded to support account-toaccount transfers and same-day bill payments. These new functionalities integrate with the existing bill payment and personto-person payment capabilities and can beutilized a la carte.For info:


Andera Launches FortiFI

PROVIDENCE, R.I.–Andera Inc., a provider of online consumer acquisition solutions, has launched FortiFI, its hosted software solution that it says flags suspicious consumer data patterns in real time to stop online account opening fraud before it’s too late. For info:


WRG, Share One Team Up

PASADENA, Calif.–Wescom Resources Group (WRG) and Memphis-based Share One, Inc. a core processing CUSO, reported they have formed an integration and delivery partnership to provide WRG’s MemberEdge Mobile Banking solution to Share One’s credit union clients. Under the agreement, WRG will integrate its MemberEdge Mobile Banking 2.x to Share One’s NewSolutions core processing system. The initial Share One clients to deploy the solution will launch later this year. For info: or www.


Northwest Selects Online Resources

CHANTILLY, Va.–Online Resources Corp. said that $2-billion Northwest FCU has signed a multi-year agreement for online banking and bill payment solutions. Northwest FCU will convert to Online Resources’ solutions in early 2012. For info:


South Bay Chooses Core Provider

REDONDO BEACH, Calif.–South Bay Credit Union has selected CU*NorthWest as its new core system provider. The new solution will upgrade SBCU’s ability to see the member’s whole relationship with the credit union, will provide integrated, detailed information to end-users, and streamline operations, the company said.


Akcelerant Signs First Tech

MALVERN, Penn.–Akcelerant, a provider of connected software technology, said the $4.9-billion First Tech FCU has selected its enterprise loan origination system. First Tech has been a long-time user of the Akcelerant Framework for collections and will now be able to manage its lending processes using the same platform, the company said. For info:

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