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Seven CUs Among Fiserv's DNA Signings
BROOKFIELD, Wis. (9/17/13)--Twelve financial institutions, including seven credit unions, have selected Fiserv's DNA core banking platform during 2013, following Fiserv's acquisition of Open Solutions in January.
 
The credit unions include:
  • Wildfire CU, Saginaw, Mich.
  • Randolph-Brooks FCU, Live Oak, Texas;
  • Evansville (Ind.) Teachers FCU;
  • Greater Nevada CU, Carson City, Nev.;
  • MIDFLORIDA CU, Lakeland, Fla.;
  • Navigant CU, Smithfield, R.I.; and
  • Vermont FCU, Burlington, Vt.
DNA is an open, person-centric core banking platform built for global collaboration. The platform provides 24/7 real-time processing and is supported by an extendable relational-data model designed around individuals and relationships. As a result, the credit unions' staffs can securely view complete profiles of retail and commercial members and customers by person, product or account, Fiserv said.
 
DNA's service-oriented architecture and Web services application programming interface allows financial institutions to add solutions from Fiserv and third-parties. DNA users also have access to the DNAcreator development toolkit, which allows information professionals to create and sell custom core extensions called DNAapps to other financial institutions via the DNAappstore.


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