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AllianceOne Paying For Referrals

COLUMBUS, Ohio-Alliance One, the national selective-surcharge ATM group developed and managed by Corporate One FCU, said that when a participating credit union refers other financial institutions to the group and the referrals result in new participants before May 31, Alliance One will reimburse the referring credit union's $250 annual participation fee for 2006. A credit union that refers three or more financial institutions that become participants during that same time period, will not only have their fee reimbursed, but the fee will be waived through 2010. Alliance One said the goal was to spread its reach beyond the Midwest and Great Lakes regions.

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'MemberMatch Program' Debuts

AUBURN, Mass.-Central Credit Union Fund has begun offering member-CUs a "MemberMatch" program, an online service enabling the purchase and sale of loan participations. By logging on to, members can view buyer and seller listings, retrieve contact information as well as set up special automated e-mail alerts for notification of postings that match their defined set of criterion.

For info: 800-452-2283.

OpenClose Users Hits 10,000

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-Beanstalk Networks reported that the number of active users accessing OpenClose MTG, its web-based mortgage software platform, surpassed the 10,000 user mark this month. The company attributed the rapid growth-it was introduced two years ago-to several factors, including the software's ease-of-use, quick deployment, and extensive integration with third-party systems, providing brokers and lenders with all the tools they need in a hosted, web-based platform.

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OneSign Now For Smaller Users

LEXINGTON, Mass.-Imprivata, Inc., an enterprise-wide, single sign-on appliance company, has unveiled a subscription-based pricing model that will enable small companies, for the first time, to implement enterprise- class single sign-on, it said. Imprivata will now offer its OneSign solution to organizations with as few as 100 users, such as credit unions, the company said.

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