NIH FCU Converts To Summit Info Systems

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The $370-million National Institutes of Health (NIH) FCU has converted to Summit Information System's Spectrum core processing system running on the HP 9000 HP-UX platform. Summit Information Systems, Corvallis, Ore. "In reviewing our solution options we were impressed with Summit's HP-UX hardware platform, as well as the flexible software functionality," said NIH FCU CEO Lindsay Alexander. "We believe the further efficiencies we will gain related to our member relationship management processes over the course of the next year with Summit's new front office Branch Suite applications will be significant."

Separately, Summit Information Systems has partnered with Syntellect to provide its clients with a speech-enabled interactive voice recognition solution. This fully featured voice application uses natural language speech recognition and integrates with a variety of third-party host interfaces. In addition, Summit clients can opt for the basic touch-tone solution. The solution runs on Syntellect's open-standards-based software platform-Vista. Data integration between Spectrum and the Syntellect applications is enabled by the Summit PathWays Connector middleware. The Connector interface application has been certified as fully supportable by Summit and is available to all Summit clients.

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