CARROLLTON, TEX. - Credit unions can now buy an online banking product from a partnership that includes Brinkman Technologies Inc., an electronic banking and cash management service provider, and Houston-based Inc., an Internet software provider.

MoneyClick was first offered to two credit unions on a pilot basis during the fourth quarter. Now one credit union has it in full release, and the companies plan to begin marketing MoneyClick in the next 60 days.

Credit unions have no special online banking needs, according to Mark Brinkman, president and chief executive officer of Brinkman Technologies. "All customers have the same exact needs."

MoneyClick allows customers to transfer funds between institutions as well as to pay bills. The product also interacts with Intuit Inc.'s Quicken and Microsoft Corp.'s Money financial management software.

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