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CUBUS Solutions debuts online banking platform
LIVERMORE, Calif. (5/17/12)--CUBUS Solutions has introduced an online banking solution that integrates consumer and commercial banking on a single page.

The CUBUS Online Banking product includes online banking functionality such as balance and transaction detail, bill payment, money transfers and graphs of spending behavior on one interface.

The platform is designed to help credit unions drive more interaction, facilitate greater adoption of e-services and increase touch points with members.

"Instead of the notion of online banking just being a self-service, transactional kiosk, we believe it should proactively build stronger relationships with members," said John-Ashley Paul, CUBUS Solutions CEO.

Instead of increasing the number of disparate systems to provide functionality such as automated clearinghouse transfers with personal online banking, CUBUS created a holistic solution under one roof.

Credit unions can add other CUBUS products that will plug-and-play into the platform. They also can integrate any third-party application into the platform using the CUBUS single sign-on interface.

Current CUBUS customers FAA CU in Oklahoma City, Okla., and Diamond CU of Pottstown, Pa. have started testing the product internally.


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