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* PHILADELPHIA (4/6/10)--VINtek, provider of automotive collateral management services for banks, credit unions and other auto finance lenders, now has electronic lien and title (ELT) management services in 13 financial institutions in Louisiana. Louisiana passed legislation in 2008 that mandates participation in the Louisiana ELT program effective Jan. 1. ELT is an environmentally friendly alternative to paper-based titles, VINtek said. The program saves on postage, storage and supply costs--and reduces chances that the titles are lost ... * DALLAS (4/6/10)--ProfitStars, a division of Jack Henry and Associates, has launched an online Branch Deposit Automation Knowledge Center. The center offers content to financial institutions on branch image capture and deposit automation solutions, with articles, white papers, product information, reference materials, and tradeshow and event information. An archive with webinars, video and a free return-on-investment assessment also is available. The center also supports the recent rebranding of the Alogent Deposit Automation Solutions; Alogent Front Counter; Alogent Back Counter and Alogent Payments Gateway ... * SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (4/6/10)--Meta Payment Systems is offering an eco-friendly prepaid card that is manufactured on recycled card stock (VerticalNews.com April 2). The new card is made of a 65% polyvinyl chloride (PVC) core sheet. The PVC components are 100% recyclable. Meta is the first company to offer such a card within the Agent Bank retail channel and the card will be available to credit unions participating in its prepaid gift, reloadable, travel and youth card program. The card features a “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” logo and is available for order in time for Earth Day April 11 and National Arbor Day April 30 ...


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