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Articles Tagged with 'processing'
Outsourcing Offers Headache Relief
January 07, 2013
‘We felt we were slaves’ to our in-house core-processing system.
‘Our Computer Away from Home’
December 26, 2012
‘Now we can visit our SEGs and meet with potential members.’
Hybrid Core Processing Frees Up Resources
December 18, 2012
In a hosted service arrangement, the CU buys a software license but uses the core processor’s hardware to run it.
Outsourced Core Processing Can Ease Staffing Concerns
December 17, 2012
Would you be ready for a key IT person’s departure?
Core Processing: CUs Warm Up to Outsourcing
December 08, 2012
Dedicated hosting offers a high level of control for CUs.
Outsourced Core Processing on the Rise
September 01, 2012
Old assumptions die hard. Such is the case in the debate surrounding outsourced versus in-house core processing.
CUs Getting Back in the Card Game
May 14, 2012
Seeking increased control and revenue, many CUs are bringing their card programs back in-house.
Core Operations Move to the Cloud
January 01, 2012
Can you imagine a day when even mission-critical services such as core processing routinely run on "the cloud?" That day is coming.
Credit Union Magazine Releases 2012 Guide to CU Core Processors
December 02, 2011
The 2012 Information Systems Guide offers a detailed matrix of 24 core processing systems’ key features and functions, and much more.
Moving Core Operations to the Cloud
September 12, 2011
An interview with Jason Mendenhall, executive vice president of Las Vegas-based Switch.
Credit Union Magazine
December 2013 digital edition
Making an Impact in Motown
League Presidents Pass the Torch
CUs Can Expect Economic Tailwinds
A Look Back With Jeff Post
Survey: Young Credit Card Users are Better Credit Risks
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