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Atomic Credit Union selects D+H UltraData Enterprise Core platform

30 January 2014  |  1216 views  |  0 Source: Davis + Henderson Corporation

Davis + Henderson Corporation (D+H) (DH.TO) today announced that Atomic Credit Union has chosen its UltraData Enterprise Core solution, along with additional integrated solutions from the company, including Cavion Internet Banking, Cavion Voice Banking, Cavion Mobile Banking, Cavion Bill Pay, Cavion Remote Deposit Capture, ActiveView Item Processing, Touché Analyzer business intelligence and the Servicing Director loan servicing system.

Atomic Credit Union, based in Piketon, Ohio, selected D+H in order to take advantage of the integration between its core and channel solutions, as well as profit from the added value of D+H's regulatory knowledge. These benefits will enable the institution to put more effort behind running the credit union, offering new products and services, and better serving its members.

"We will leverage the integration among all of these solutions and D+H's expertise to invest more time in serving members, rather than overseeing multiple vendor relationships and spending all of our time managing regulatory compliance," said Curtis Green, vice president of information technology, Atomic Credit Union. "We are also excited to roll out new, cutting-edge self-service solutions to our membership, combined with better marketing tools and CRM capabilities that will deliver a superior member experience across all channels."

"D+H is strongly positioned to strategically partner with credit unions to streamline operations, help mitigate risk and enable them to offer the latest in convenience and technology to their members," said Scott Hansen, executive vice president of marketing, D+H USA. "Compliant core and channel solutions managed by one partner help institutions like Atomic Credit Union focus on improving the member experience and place more emphasis on achieving their strategic objectives." 

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