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CO-OP teams with Alabama's EPL
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. 1/18/13)--CO-OP Financial Services announced a working relationship with core processor EPL Inc. of Birmingham, Ala. The two companies are endorsing each other's products to the credit union industry for processing solutions.

"In conjunction with EPL, we can facilitate electronic funds transfer and core processing connectivity cost-effectively and conveniently for our clients," said Stan Hollen CO-OP Financial Services president/CEO. "CO-OP and EPL share the same commitment to our movement, as we are both owned by credit unions and operate for the exclusive benefit and service of credit unions."

EPL's i-POWER provides core processing with back office and management functions, including an accounting suite, automated exception handling, integrated report writer tool, integrated marketing resources and campaign management, core imaging system and other features.

CO-OP's EFT payment processing program includes debit, ATM and credit processing, as well as analytics, fraud and risk management, and rewards programs.


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