Indiana Members Credit Union in Indianapolis has switched to Jack Henry & Associates' (JKHY) core-processing system.
The $1.3 billion-asset asset credit union has chosen the Episys system from Symitar as its in-house core provider, Jack Henry announced Tuesday.
The credit union chose Symitar, a division of Jack Henry that provides technology services for credit unions, for its stability, its reputation for smooth conversions and its commitment to research and development.
"We have a commitment to provide members with consistent, superior service. They should not be bothered by the fact that we are changing core processors and Symitar understands that" said Ron Collier, chief executive of at Indiana Members Credit Union, in the news release. "We look forward to expanding our relationship with a partner that takes our members' needs to heart in terms of dependable delivery and innovation."