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Cavion Targets Small CUs

MOUNDS VIEW, Minn.-In an effort to help small credit unions avoid expensive website and Internet Banking set-up costs and monthly fees, Cavion Plus said it has introduced a new turnkey Internet Banking package designed specifically for credit unions with 10,000 or fewer members. "The new product can help credit unions cost-effectively build an online branch without sacrificing product features or functionality," said Cavion Plus, which is a unit of Liberty Enterprises. The company said that with no set-up fees and no scaled-back product functionality, the turnkey solution costs less than $1,000 per month, on average, and includes Internet Banking, CharterBranch website, and VPN connectivity.

For info: Phil Adler, 888-534-5313, ext. 8768, or padler cavionplus.com.

Asset Mngmt. App Launched

SOUTH COAST METRO, Calif.-Compushare, provider of information technology, consulting and implementation solutions, has launched the Software Inventory and Asset Management Program. The program includes software inventory and tracking, as well as policy and procedure development and documentation. "Compushare's Software Inventory and Asset Management Program enables community financial institutions to ensure they are paying for what they use, and using what they pay for," said Romir Bosu, president of Compushare.

For info: www.compushare.com.

Prof. Capture 101 Debuts

WINTER HAVEN, Fla.-Document imaging software creator DocuLex has released Professional Capture 1.01, a new production paper-to-electronic document imaging and management program developed for high-volume electronic document conversion and management environments. "DocuLex Professional Capture enables document scanning, content indexing, image quality control, optical character recognition (OCR) conversion, image coding and endorsing, paper document conversion, printing and export to most prominent document management systems," the company said. For info: www.doculex.com

TNG Online In New Release

FAIRFAX, Va.-FedComp has launched a new version of TNG Online, meaning the system is available in a hosted environment as well as for in-house deployment. TNG in-house solutions are now deployed in more than 1,000 credit unions.

For info: 800-733-3266, or solutions FedComp.com.

iQ CU, Fuze Digital In Deal

VANCOUVER, Wash.-The $282-million iQ Credit Union has entered into a two-year agreement with Fuze Digital Solutions, Bellevue, Wash. to utilize the Fuze Suite on its website and intranet. Jim Morrell, VP of Information Systems at iQ CU, headed up the project team. "In particular, I appreciated the Fuze Suite's ability to tightly integrate with our website, support two-way secure communications, compute response times taking into account our business hours, and its single sign-on capabilities with other applications," said Linda Barber, VP-member services with iQ CU.

For info: www.fuze.com.

BMFCU Adds Fiserv Solution

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va.-Beach Municipal FCU has added Fiserv's credit processing solution to the ATM and debit card processing services it already uses from Fiserv. "The expanded agreement...will enable Beach Municipal to consolidate its card programs with a single-source provider," the company said.

For info: www.fiserv.com.

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