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Antelope Valley Chooses XP

MOORPARK, Calif.-XP Systems, a unit of Fiserv, Inc., said that Antelope Valley Federal Credit Union (AVFCU) of Lancaster, Calif., has completed a conversion to XP2, the company's newest information processing system. The credit union cited a superior level of education and support as key to the smoothness of the transition, which was completed on schedule and in balance. AVFCU began serving members with XP2 on April 3. The company said that XP2 features built-in member relationship management tools an open, relational IBM DB2 database, highly automated back office processing, and easy-to-use front office applications for all areas including lending and electronic services. For info: www.xpsystems.com.

WICS Expands Compatibility

ORLANDO, Fla.- Worldwide Interactive Services, Inc. said services are now compatible with 40 different data processing solutions, following the addition of interfaces for DPSS, EDS CUBE, TOTAL/1 and CUC Ohio. Worldwide Interactive Services, Inc. estimates that 90% of all interfaces have been developed internally, meaning that these interfaces are available at no additional charge.

Separately, WICS has added Smart Menus to its Audio Response service. Smart Menus allow callers the option of getting instant information based upon their most common search requests. "The Smart Menu feature is a convenience item that is proving quite popular with credit union members," the company said. Smart Menus are combined with Personalized Messaging, On-Target Marketing, Time and Temperature and VCall pre-paid calling within the 4.1 version of Worldwide's Audio Response service.

For info: 407-425-9223 x 1229

CU Answers Acquires JVS

KENTWOOD, Mich.-CU Answers, the new name for the CUSO previously known as WESCO, has acquired JVS Jvergent Solutions, a credit union marketing and consulting firm.

JVS CEO Jim Conroy will join WESCO, and will market CUAnswer's entire product line, including its flagship CU*BASE data processing system, to credit unions in East Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin and Illinois. CUAnswers will assume marketing responsibility for JVS' kiosk and Identity Theft Seminar client bases.

For info: www.cuanswers.com.

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