Product & Service
Americard Is Now OneBridge
INDIANAPOLIS-Card processor AmeriCard has changed its name to OneBridge as it expands its business. "The name OneBridge better reflects our vision to be a single source for all card processing needs," said Kim Graham Lee, president of OneBridge. "We make it easier for (CUs) to offer and manage an effective and profitable card program that provides real value to their cardholders while increasing loyalty."
For info: 800.322.4035 or www.onebridge.com.
FDLI, Prime Alliance To Partner
AUSTIN, Texas-First Lenders Data, Inc. (FLDI), a provider of technology, data and bundled services, is now providing flood determination services to 34 credit unions that request approximately 3,000 flood determinations per month. It is offering the services through a partnership with Prime Alliance Solutions, Inc., Tukwila, Wash. FLDI and Prime Alliance formed the partnership in April 2003 and later offered aggregate volume discount incentives to all Prime Alliance members starting in February 2004.
For info: www.primealliancesolutions.com or www.fldi.com.
TNB Streamlines Website
DALLAS-TNB Card Services has unveiled a streamlined website at www.tnbcard.com. The revisions, based on feedback from clients, make the site cleaner and easier to use, the company said. The most significant improvements are in the Client Center, a password-protected area for credit unions, that includes a new ability to submit e-mails to TNB.
ATM Exchange Approves Nine
CINCINNATI, Ohio-The ATM Exchange, a provider of ATM refurbishing, parts, training and technical support, said that nine ATM processing networks have now approved its 3DESPlus solution, a Triple DES security solution for virtually all Diebold and NCR ATM models.
The networks include eFunds, Lynk, Fiserv Southwest, Fiserv EFT/CNS, Columbus Data Services, Metavante, NYCE, NETS, and Shazam. Testing has also been completed for Elan and Visa DPS with final approval pending. "It is estimated that about 90% of the nearly 380,000 ATMs installed in the United States will still need to be replaced or upgraded to comply with Triple DES certification," the company said, estimating it has spent more than 3,000 man-hours working with various organizations.
For info: www.atmex.com