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* ST. PAUL, Minn. (9/4/09)--The Minnesota Credit Union Network (MnCUN) announced that Range Inc. has enrolled in MnCUN’s Vendor Involvement Program (VIP). Range is a marketing services company specializing in creative solutions for credit unions. It also provides commercial printing services. The VIP provides organizations with an opportunity to work with MnCUN and increase their visibility among Minnesota credit unions. The program combines advertising, annual meeting packages and the opportunity to participate in MnCUN initiatives ... * WESTBROOK, Maine (9/4/09)--Synergent said it provided more than 30 credit union representatives with connections to their peers through a live hosting site at the 2009 Symitar Educational Conference and Technology Expo, held Aug. 25-26. The virtual format allowed attendees to share ideas and information without traveling. The conference featured breakout sessions for management, information technology and finance staff. Synergent is a subsidiary of the Maine Credit Union League ... * PORTLAND, Ore. (9/4/09)--CU Business Group, a business lending, deposit and consulting service for credit unions, hosted 130 attendees at its third annual national business services conference in Portland, Ore., last month. The theme was, “Navigating the Waters of Business Services.” The conference focused on the commercial real estate market and featured presentations about enhancing business sales efforts and relationships. CU Business Group President/CEO Larry Middleman also highlighted industry member business lending trends and benchmarks. The group’s next conference will be in the fall of 2010 in Portland ... * NORTH CANTON, Ohio (9/4/09)--ATM manufacturer Diebold Inc. said it will sell its election systems business for $5 million in cash--plus future cash payments representing 70% of cash collected on outstanding accounts as of Aug. 31--to Election Systems and Software. Diebold’s election systems business mainly consists of Premier Election Solutions Inc. in Allen, Texas. Diebold entered the U.S. election systems business when it purchased Global Election Systems in January 2002. Since then, the company has identified the business as non-core to its operations and has pursued strategic alternatives to ownership, including divestiture ...


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