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Synergent Symitar sign core-processing agreement
PORTLAND, Maine (7/13/11)--Synergent and Symitar have expanded their partnership to bring in-house and service-bureau processing platforms to New York state and New England credit unions. Credit unions running the Episys core-processing platform in a service-bureau environment will be served by Synergent. Credit unions operating Episys in-house will be served by Symitar. Synergent is the largest provider of Episys in a service-bureau environment, according to the two companies. Synergent will bring new applications to market in the service-bureau environment, including enhanced member and loan applications from Symitar, said Gary Glenn, Synergent senior vice president. The two organizations also will appear together at trade shows, collaborate on white papers and share additional resources to serve their credit union partners. Synergent, a subsidiary of the Maine Credit Union League, provides credit unions with technology services, shared branching, statement processing, card services, check processing, support services and direct marketing. Symitar, a division of Jack Henry & Associates, based in San Diego, is a core processing solution provider, serving more than 700 credit unions


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