Westbrook, Maine-based Synergent on Wednesday said it signed a new, seven-year agreement with $79 million Oswego County Federal Credit Union for the Symitar Episys core processing solution.
Oswego FCU also signed an online services agreement and will be partnering with Synergent for electronic check collection, share draft processing, Opening Act, Jwaala and bill pay.
Based in Oswego, NY, Oswego County FCU has 12,347 members.
“We are very excited to embark upon this partnership,” Bill Carhart, CEO of Oswego County FCU, said in a statement. “The symmetry and shared values of our two organizations will undoubtedly create a powerful alliance.”
Synergent is a credit union-owned FinTech company that provides credit unions with access to Symitar’s Episys core processing in a service bureau environment.
“We are pleased to welcome a new partner in Oswego County FCU,” said Todd Mason, president and CEO of Synergent. “Our mission is aligned with their success, to be able to help serve the credit union and its members. As more and more technology is member-facing, we focus on providing the tools and services that help credit unions deliver to their members. The world is too complex to do it alone and requires a strong network of resources.”
Synergent serves only credit unions. It provides support to its credit union partners in a variety of areas, including data mining and analysis, target marketing, programming, technology services, operations, and payment services.
For more information about Synergent, visit www.synergentcorp.com