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IBT Expands Its Offerings

ATLANTA-International Banking Technologies (IBT), a retail branch design/build and performance consulting company, has expanded its product and service line to financial institutions by offering a la carte consulting, training and design/build services. The company said segmented services include:

* Consulting expertise that helps institutions improve sales and customer service results through focused performance boosting activities.

* Sales and Management Training programs that transform traditional branch environments into active sales cultures.

* Design/Build services that provide needs-based interior design and buildouts for institutions moving into existing buildings or remodeling their facilities.

For info: www.intbantec.com.

MnIPC Introduces Universal Image

BLOOMINGTON, Minn.-Minnesota Item Processing Corp. (MnIPC), the check processing service managed by the Minnesota CU Network, has introduced a new service called Universal Image Access. The service uses various home- banking software to provide unlimited and low-cost access for viewing and printing cleared drafts for both members and staff, the company said, and is intended to replace Unlimited Image Access and Individual Image Access that were designed only for credit union staff. Hormel Employees Credit Union (HECU) in Austin, Minn. has become the first to sign on through its vendor, Digital Insight.

For info: 952-814-4071 or e-mail mcarlson@mnipc.com.

PSCUniversity Opens To Public

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.-PSCU Financial Services said its CEO forums and management courses conducted by PSCU University are now open to credit unions across the country. The one-day courses are typically held on the company's Phoenix and St. Petersburg campuses and are led by an industry leader who speaks to credit union senior management about practical topics. A forum in Phoenix in early June will focus on effective communications skills and techniques and will be led by John Hershey of the National Speakers Association. Other forums will focus on communications, lending and sales strategies. Pricing for the CEO forums is $795 per person and includes three meals and materials. Covey courses are priced at $995 per person and usually include three days of instruction.

For info: www.pscufs.com

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