Five southeast credit unions have turned over management of their ATM fleets to Dolphin Debit, the full-service ATM management company announced today. Three have opted for the CUliance ATM Cinch program operated by Dolphin Debit.

The credit unions are:

· $116.8 million GEMC Federal Credit Union, Tucker, Ga., with 12,697 members
· $6.6 million Emerald Credit Association Federal Credit Union, Greenwood, S.C., with 1,312 members
· $56.6 million PWC Employees Credit Union, Woodbridge, Va., with 7,102 members
· $9.4 million Genuine Parts Credit Union, Norcross, Ga., with 1,109 members
· $71.8 million Ferguson Federal Credit Union in Monticello, Miss., with 6,397 member.

Since Ferguson Federal Credit Union began working with Dolphin Debit in 2014, it has expanded its fleet to six ATMs. Ferguson FCU went with Dolphin Debit so that it could “focus on member relationship rather than on equipment,” Ferguson CEO Leslie Pitts said in a press release.

Gary Walston, co-founder of Dolphin Debit
Gary Walston, co-founder of Dolphin Debit

“Often, it is the smaller credit unions that rely most heavily on their ATMs as a way to enhance their service to members 24 hours a day,” Gary Walston, co-founder of Dolphin Debit, said in the release “By turning management of those ATMs over to us, like Ferguson Federal Credit Union did, they can achieve those service levels without having to invest in ATMs themselves or devote staff time to maintain and manage them.”

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