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MnIPC Partners With CUsource
ST. PAUL, Minn. (5/16/13)--Minnesota Item Processing Corp. has formed a partnership with CUsource, a Montana-based credit union service organization (CUSO), to combine deposit-item volume and help control cost for credit unions.

"MnIPC has consistently provided excellent member service and innovation, which has led to the evolution of the organization and made it the quality client partner it is today," said MnIPC Vice President Michelle Carlson, noting the company will work with CUsource on its credit union deposits. "This cooperation between entities within the credit union system is a mutual benefit for all parties involved."

CUsource is a credit union-owned CUSO headquartered in Great Falls, Mont. It provides data processing, draft processing, real estate, print and mail and security services to credit unions in Montana, Kansas, Washington and Wyoming.

MnIPC provides item processing solutions, including image capture, Check 21 services, remote deposit capture, mobile deposits and online image archiving.


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