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CBCInnovis Symitar Episys interface for verifying IDs
COLUMBUS, Ohio (10/16/12)--CBCInnovis, a provider of credit and risk management solutions to the credit union industry, announced that its Cross Check and Check Screen Plus solutions have integrated with the Symitar core processing system, Episys.

To make the interface possible, CBCInnovis participated in the Symitar Vendor Integration Program, designed to help Symitar users deploy third-party products.

Cross Check is the Columbus, Ohio-based CBCInnovis' consumer identity verification solution. It provides tools such as Office of Foreign Assets Control data, alerts related to the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) and an identity index to help credit unions meet their compliance obligations for new account openings.

Check Screen Plus is an alternative to traditional checking account screening products and combines the CBCInnovis Cross Check verification tool with the TeleCheck New Account Screening service. The Symitar interface automates these verifications.

The interface helps credit unions reduce fraud losses associated with new account opening and lending processes and "enables credit unions to seamlessly complete essential consumer identity and check-writing performance verifications without having to leave the Episys system," said Bob Evely, vice president of marketing for CBCInnovis.


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