BEAVERTON, Ore. - Corillian Corp., a provider of electronic finance software for the financial services industry, has licensed its Voyager technology to three credit unions.
Fellow Beaverton resident First Tech Credit Union will use the platform's OFX server to let its 77,000 members download statements into personal financial management applications.
Royal Credit Union in Eau Claire, Wis., will use Corillian technology to let its 90,000 members gain access to access account balances as well as transfer funds and pay bills, and Educational Community Credit Union in Jacksonville, Fla., will use it to provide similar services to its 70,000 members.
"All three of these financial institutions have different needs for their Internet banking operations," Corillian president and chief executive officer Ted Spooner said in a press release.
He noted that the Voyager platform enables financial institutions to integrate their Internet operations with their legacy systems and other delivery channels.
"In essence, it makes Voyager the operating system for e-finance," he said.