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Patriots Federal Credit Union chooses EPL i-Power technology suite

12 September 2012  |  1754 views  |  0 Source: EPL

California-based Patriots Federal Credit Union chose EPL's full i-Power Technology Suite for its solid capability and excellent integration to their existing third party providers.

"A lot about our interaction with EPL has impressed us, including the staff we've interacted with and the feedback from their current customers. i-POWER is a solid system and we are very pleased with how well it is integrated to MerdianLink's LoansPQ and Xpress Accounts and Verafin's BSA/AML; solutions that we are already using", said Brian Crowson, IT Manager of Patriots Federal Credit Union. Dan Campbell, CEO added: "From a financial perspective, the value that EPL offered us will help us reduce our operating costs. We're looking forward to the future and being a part of the EPL family."

i-POWER is a fully modern core processing system that runs on the world-class Oracle Database and is developed in Java that includes a powerful ad hoc report writer easy enough for non-technical staff to create custom reports. EPL's technology suite includes online banking, mobile banking, MRM and profitability, document imaging as well as integrations to best-in-class partnered solutions. 

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