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Symitar offers PowerOn Marketplace for Episys users
MONETT, Mo. (8/20/12)--Symitar, a division of Jack Henry & Associates, has introduced the PowerOn Marketplace, a collaborative environment for its Espisys credit union clients to exchange programming solutions.

Symitar for years has allowed credit unions to customize Episys with PowerOn, a tool that incorporates an advanced scripting language and an intuitive interface that staff can employ to develop custom applications independent of the core code.

PowerOn Marketplace now provides a centralized community resource, supported by Symitar, for clients to share, review, and adopt ideas and custom programming solutions. It will be open to all Episys credit unions with assets ranging from $10 million to $10 billion in assets.

PowerOn Marketplace will launch with more than 20 solutions, including eSnapshot, a credit union-defined dashboard, and SIGPAD Survey, which converts a common digital signature pad into a member survey platform. Episys clients will be able to download, customize and deploy these and other solutions; upload their own solutions; and rate the PowerOn Marketplace solutions they've tried to assist future users. All the solutions are free this year, and credit unions will have the option to charge for their solutions starting in January.


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