Corelation Plans Baltimore Demo

SAN DIEGO-Seeking to introduce its KeyStone core processing solution to credit unions on the East Coast, Corelation will host a live demo of the system in Baltimore on Feb. 22 from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. A Q&A will follow the demo. For info: conf@corelationinc.com.

Fall River Selects Synergent

PORTLAND, Maine-Synergent Technology Services said that Fall River Municipal CU in Massachusetts will implement the Symitar Episys Core Processing System in Synergent's service bureau environment. It marks the fifth core contract signing Synergent has completed in the past five months. In addition, FRMCU will implement Synergent electronic check collection and share draft processing services through Synergent Check Processing & Support Services, as well as statement processing. For info: www.synergentcorp.com.

UK FCU Picks Platinum Data

ALISO VIEJO, Calif.-Platinum Data, a provider of evaluation technologies, said University of Kentucky FCU in Lexington has implemented its AOS appraisal ordering system and RealView appraisal quality verification technology. Platinum Data's AOS platform is a central hub for sending and receiving appraisals and communicating with appraisers. For info: www.platdata.com.

DCCU Moves To Online Resources

CHANTILLY, Va.-Online Resources Corp announced that Waynesboro, Va.-based DuPont Community CU has selected ORCC's Architect Banking solution and bill payment services. "Both solutions integrate seamlessly with the credit union's existing core platform and will be hosted on-premises at DuPont Community CU," the company said. For info: www.orcc.com.

Bradford-Scott Highly Rated

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.-Bradford-Scott Data Corp., owner-distributor of the Sharetec System, reported it is seeing heavy usage of its PowerUsers Discussion Group, a free, e-mail based listserve. Separately, Bradford-Scott said results of its Customer Satisfaction Survey Results, with customers giving it an average score of 9.21 on a 10-point scale. For info: www.bradfordscott.com.

Bluepoint, DocuSign Partner

HENDERSON, Nev.-Bluepoint Solutions and DocuSign have entered into a partnership to integrate Bluepoint's FASTdocs enterprise content management (ECM) solution and DocuSign's electronic signature platform to "help credit unions accelerate transactions, reduce costs, and improve members' signing experience," the companies said. Through the integration, DocuSigned documents will automatically be imported, indexed and stored in member files without requiring manual effort. For info: www.bluepointsolutions.com.

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