THE market

MALVERN, Penn.– Akcelerant, a provider of software and services, coordinated an afternoon of community service in conjunction with Akcelerant’s charity partner, the United Way.

MT. PROSPECT, Ill.—With more than 500 data breaches in 2014 and 75 million data records potentially exposed, Cummins Allison is reminding credit unions to be prepared as consumers may begin using more cash and checks.

MONETT, Mo.-- Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. reported that its Symitar division has been selected by the $2-billion Citadel Federal Credit Union to run the company’s Episys solution for in-house core processing.

LINDEN, N.J.--IMM, a provider of integrated eSignature, workflow and document solutions, said its customers are increasingly adding its automated workflow technology to their IMM eSignature platform for faster processing, lower costs, stronger compliance and better service.

MAHA, Neb.—D3 Banking, a provider of omnichannel, data driven digital banking, announced it has partnered with ProfitStars, a division of Jack Henry & Associates, Inc., under which D3 Banking will offer ProfitStars’ iPay Consumer Bill Pay solution, “enabling banks and credit unions to control their end users’ experience and retain control of the data associated with their bill pay activities.”

COLLEGE STATION, Texas—Rentsys Recovery Services, a provider of business continuity solutions, has launched an initiative that seeks to align with FI core providers, managed service providers, healthcare software companies and regional data center providers to enable them to offer Black Cloud Virtual Office as a business continuity solution to their customers.

BROOKFIELD, Wis.—Fiserv said its Popmoney personal payments service has been recognized as the Best P2P Program at the Emerging Payments Awards. The annual awards, presented in London, honor the best people and programs in the global payments industry.