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EPL signs ProFinance Federal Credit Union

23 October 2012  |  907 views  |  0 Source: EPL

ProFinance Federal Credit Union of Merrillville, Indiana has chosen EPL as its core data processor and technology provider.

Donald J. Sarich, Manager, shared "I was familiar with i-POWER and liked it, having seen it in action at credit unions in the past. The tipping point in our decision, however, was the overall experience with everyone we dealt with at EPL during our due diligence; it was totally different than every other vendor we evaluated. We feel the credit union spirit at EPL and sense they will be a true partner with us. Partnership with our technology provider is a strategic advantage to serving our members now and into the future."

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, mobile deposit, MRM and profitability, document imaging as well as integrations to best-in-class partnered solutions. 

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