24 October 2017

EPL reports core processing deals with Hawaiian credit unions

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EPL, a credit union-owned integrated technology solutions provider, signed new core processing contracts this month with eleven Hawaiian credit unions.

The eleven credit unions were utilizing a core processing system that could no longer meet their needs. The Hawaiian credit unions are preparing to convert to i-POWER's open architecture platform by the 4th of July this year, with the first one already converted as of April 15th.

When asked why his credit union chose EPL, Keith Uyeno President/ COO of Lihue Credit Union said, "We chose i-POWER for its intuitive system, open architecture platform and ease of navigation. We have been pleased with the diligence and support EPL staff has demonstrated. EPL is a data processor totally owned by credit unions, they have been recognized by CUNA and we look forward to a great partnership with them."

Sylvia Young, President and CEO of MediCredit Federal Credit Union who chose EPL said, "I had the opportunity to see the demonstrations and sales pitches of many other data processing venders but EPL stood above the rest because of the integrity of the people who make up the company. The i-Power software is customized to fulfill the needs of every size of credit union."

"We are excited that these credit unions have joined the EPL family. Our focus on the success of the customer, our truly open architecture, and the fact that we are credit union owned were major factors in their decision process. We appreciate the opportunity to partner with these credit unions to enable them to continually enhance the way they serve their members," added EPL's Executive Vice President of Sales, Jim Gowan.

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