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Kansas league to use Nitro for mobile banking
WICHITA, Kan. (2/4/14)--Shared Financial Solutions (SFS), a subsidiary of the Kansas Credit Union Association, has announced a partnership with Nitro Mobile Solutions, a mobile banking solutions company.

The partnership will enable SFS to offer branded mobile banking applications powered by Nitro's mobile platform. The companies plan to jointly market and provide mobile banking solutions to credit unions. SFS is the latest partner to join Nitro's original equipment manufacturer partner program that provides the ability for partners to license and market Nitro's mobile banking applications under their own brand.

"Mobile banking is a must-have for credit unions in order to compete and continue to provide the personal services credit unions are known for," said Melissa Baptista, KCUA director of research and development. "KCUA provides guidance for vendors that have met the association's high standards. Nitro Mobile's solution is exactly what we were looking for and gives us all the tools we need to deliver an affordable full-featured mobile banking platform in as little as 30 to 60 days."
 


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