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COWWW Wins Best Of Show

SPARTA, Mich.-COWWW Software, a provider of web-based archiving, retrieval, and document distribution solutions, has won the CUNA Technology Council's 2004 annual Best of Show award. The award was presented during the recent CUNA Future Forum and is given to the exhibitor that has demonstrated a commitment to delivering technology that will enhance the growth of products and services in the credit union marketplace.

According to Jim Morrell, chairman of the CUNA Technology Council and vice president of IS for IQ Credit Union, COWWW was chosen for a number of reasons. "First, the company's technology applications have a general credit union appeal. Second, COWWW's technology is platform and core processor independent. Third, the council liked the fact that COWWW1s web-based technology is an open architecture system running on aa SQL server database with web-based features," he said.

For info: Mike Lawson at 760.753.5943 or info dmlcommunications.com.

Titan Image Statement Upgrade

ORLANDO, Fla.-Fiserv Imagesoft, a unit of Fiserv, Inc., has released a new version of its Titan Image Statement application. "This new release offers institutions the ultimate flexibility in image-statement production," the company said. "It is operating-system-independent and provides the capability to pull check images from any archive. The new application supports a wide variety of print languages, including AFP, Metacode, PDF and PCL, and enables output in multiple formats for print and/or electronic delivery of images."

For info: www.imagesoft.fiserv.com.

Online Mortgage Originations

ORLANDO, Fla.-Insight Financial has added an online mortgage origination center to its website at www.insightfinancialcu.com. "This website gives users the ability to research interest rates and loans products, and apply for their mortgage online 24-hours a day, 7-days a week," the company said. " Applicants have the ability to save their application and return to complete it at any time." Visitors to the site can sign up for Rate Watch where they are e-mailed rate information. Online tools included in the website consist of mortgage calculators, a glossary, details of what to expect throughout the application process and product descriptions.

'Total Quality Processing'

AVON, Conn.-COCC, a provider of next generation technology services, has launched a new marketing campaign aimed at increasing awareness of the company's high quality data processing services. COCC services and communications will bear the new brand: "Total Quality Processing." "From this point forward, Total Quality Processing will communicate to the financial services industry that COCC is the best choice they can make for outsourced data processing services," said CEO Richard A. Leone. COCC said the campaign aims to build on the momentum of its successful migration of all clients to an open, relational system, which has resulted in a record number of new clients and received client service ratings well into the excellent range. The new Total Quality Processing campaign focuses on the company's growing reputation for affordable, state-of-the-art technology solutions and strong client relations, COCC said.

For info: www.cocc.com.

EPC Launched By FLS

BROOKFIELD, Wis.-Fiserv Lending Solutions has launched an electronic network that will allow lenders to use a single point of contact to streamline and improve their processes, the company said. Fiserv said its new Electronic Partner Connection (EPC) will provide a single point for order and delivery of services, or bundles of services, provided by Fiserv Lending Solutions and selected partners. The network is currently in development and should be available to lenders in the first quarter of 2005.

For info: www.fiserv.com.

5 CUs Sign To Use StreamLend

ALBANY, N.Y.-IA Systems, Inc. has signed five new credit unions representing more than $2.1 billion in assets to use its StreamLend suite of software products. StreamLend streamlines the entire loan application and underwriting process, integrating lending procedures into one, paperless environment, the company said. The five contracts represent more than $1.3 million in business.

For info: www.iasystems.com.

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