Technology News

Register now

Galaxy Enhances NetBranch Plus

TROY, Mich.-Galaxy Plus Credit Union Systems has added several enhancements to its NetBranch Plus home banking product, including checks on the Internet, electronic statements and online chat. More than 200 CUs are using the product, which has also added e-notifications allowing members to view notifications (such as a delinquency on a loan); account aggregation; statement archiving, enabling members to view statements beyond the last 90 days, and more.

For info:

First CU Adopts AFTECH RD3

MALVERN, Penn.-The $63-million USSCO FCU has become the first credit union to adopt AFTECH's new RD3 data reporting and analysis system. Adding RD3 to an already extensive lineup of AFTECH products will enhance the credit union's ability to analyze member needs and service opportunities, said AFTECH President Joe Antellocy. "RD3 gives USSCO the ability to automatically store data in Microsoft SQL database tables, which can then be accessed via Crystal Reports or MS Access," he said. The AFTECH product comes with 24 standard reports, and gives the user the ability to develop custom reports as well. RD3 also has more than 360 tables, 160 predefined views, and 30 functions.

For info:

CUNA Mutual Licenses MultiPoint

NEW YORK- qbt, a provider of real-time financial systems integration, has signed an agreement with Credit Union Service Corporation to license its MultiPoint Requester to CUNA Mutual Group.

CUNA Mutual Group will use MultiPoint Requester to provide real-time integration of member data provided through the Credit Union Service Corporation Next Generation Network.

Credit unions that participate in the CUSC shared branching network and use loan origination services provided by CUNA Mutual Group including and The LoanLink Center may opt to provide the real-time integration of their member data into the applications. By using this optional data, the credit unions can provide superior service to their members and reduce the amount of time required to complete a loan application, the company said.

For info:

For reprint and licensing requests for this article, click here.