WETHERSFIELD, Conn.--Payveris has named Jeff Weikert as its new president. Payveris said the move is being made as it “looks to take our company into the next phase of our growth. Weikert has held a number of positions, including with CheckFree, which is now part of Fiserv.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –CU24, provider of services to credit unions nationwide, and Allpoint, the nation’s largest surcharge-free ATM network, have extended their agreement to continue to offer access to over 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs through the CU24 network.
ST. LOUIS and SALT LAKE CITY – Maritz Holdings and Allegiance Software said they will join to create a new independent company, MaritzCX, through the acquisition of Allegiance and subsequent combination with Maritz Research, Inc.
PLYMOUTH, Minn.– OnApproach, a provider of reporting and analytics solutions for credit unions, announced today that Empower Federal Credit Union of Syracuse, N.Y. has signed an agreement to implement the OnApproach M360 Enterprise Big Data/Analytics Solution.
LAKEWOOD, Colo. – Western Heritage CU, with two branches located in the Nebraska panhandle, is now offering CO-OP shared branching through CU Service Network (CUSN).
SAN DIEGO –Symitar has announced a partnership with Stickley on Security (SoS) to give its core credit unions access to SoS Advisor, an FFIEC compliant member education and awareness service.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.-- David Wordhouse, VP of Network Technologies with CU*Answers, participated in an executive technology roundtable event hosted by the West Michigan Cisco Users Group at Davenport University.
CENTENNIAL, Colo.--CU Direct Connect (CUDC), a provider of indirect auto lending services to credit unions and auto dealers, said Northern Colorado Credit Union in Greeley, Colo.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.—The new Crossmatch made its debut at CARTES 2014 in Paris.
NORCROSS, Ga. – TransCentra, a provider of billing and payment software and services, is marking its 30th anniversary in bill printing and remittance processing. TransCentra was formed when global information technology company, 3i Infotech, which owned Napa Valley, Calif.-based Regulus and Blue Bell, Penn.-based J&B Software, sold the two entities in 2011.