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CUNA Technology Council presents best of show award
Madison, Wis. (11/17/09)--The CUNA Technology Council presented its Best of Show Award to Saylent Technologies for its Card360 product.
Click to view larger image The CUNA Technology Council awarded its Best of Show award to Saylent Technologies for its Card360 product. From left are: Jackie Buchanan, council vice chair, executive vice president and chief information officer, Genisys CU; Kristopher Meyer, judge, Alliant CU; Sharon Nargassans, director of finance/administration, Saylent Technologies; Russell Pretitore, vice president of sales, Saylent Technologies; Debbie Bianucci, president, Bank Administration Institute; Tyson Nargassans, president/CEO, Saylent Technologies; Rudy Pereira, council chair, senior vice president of operations/technology, Alliant CU; John Morawski, judge, Massachusetts Credit Union League; George Rudolph, judge, Alliant CU; Fred Campobasso, judge, Alliant CU. (Photo provided by the CUNA Technology Council)
The award was presented at the Bank Administration Institute’s Retail Delivery Conference Nov. 3-5 in Boston. Saylent Technologies develops software solutions and services to increase non-interest income and core deposits. It won the Best of Show award for its Card360 solution, a portfolio optimization suite to help credit unions maximize the performance and satisfaction of their card programs. Card360 is the engine behind CO-OP Financial Services’ Revelation product, used by CO-OP’s debit processing customers. Since 2001, the CUNA Technology Council has presented the Best of Show award to the exhibitor that demonstrates a commitment to delivering technology that will further the growth of products and services in the credit union marketplace. Vendors’ products are evaluated according to affordability, the benefit to credit unions and their members, a commitment to open standards and health of the company.
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