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FSCC launches CIMple for new technologies
SAN DIMAS, Calif. (2/25/09)--Financial Service Centers Cooperative Inc. (FSCC), a credit union Shared Branch Network, announced a new program called CIMple, a collaborative innovation model for credit unions of all sizes. The announcement was made at the Credit Union National Association’s Government Affairs Conference (GAC) in Washington, D.C. CIMple will allow credit unions to use FSCC’s shared branching interface to gain access to new technologies. It allows credit unions to implement services at a fraction of the cost found elsewhere, FSCC said. The network’s shared branching interface includes integrated services that make up the CIMple program. The services connect through the credit union’s own shared branch interface. Using third-party technology leaders, the network provides low-cost services that serve the access needs of credit unions and their members, FSCC said. Any credit union is eligible to sign up for any of the CIMple products including non-shared branching credit unions, FSCC added. Through CIMple, credit unions can test multiple technology products such as shared branching, remote deposit capture, mobile banking, call center support, disaster recovery services, retail kiosks and more.


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