Symitar Signs U.S. Central; Foresees More Corporates
Symitar Systems, a subsidiary of Jack Henry & Associates, suggested that its signing of U.S. Central
Symitar signed a seven-year deal to replace the $32-billion U.S. Central's core processing solution, currently
"We anticipate this will be part of a large opportunity among corporates for us," said Symitar CEO Bruce Cormode.
U.S. Central, which said it spent two years reviewing its processing options, has chosen Symitar's Episys solution.
Until the U.S. Central signing, Symitar had served natural-person credit unions only. In serving the corporate
"There is a lot of software now that will fit other corporates," he said. "The requirements with a corporate are
Cormode credited the reputation of both Symitar and Jack Henry for closing the deal with U.S. Central. Symitar has
"Our goal at one time was to offer a solution to every credit union in the United States," explained Cormode. "We
Cormode said Symitar already has one veteran IT exec on-site and that it has also assigned a team to U.S. Central.