Postilion reports credit union contract wins

Source: Postilion

Postilion, a division of S1 Corporation (Nasdaq: SONE) and a leading global provider of integrated solutions for self-service banking and payment processing, today announced the addition of several new credit union customers that have chosen Postilion Self-Service Banking to enable an integrated multi-channel approach to the technology and services they deploy:

  • Cornerstone Financial Credit Union, Nashville, TN
  • FirstLight Federal Credit Union, El Paso, TX
  • generations federal credit union, San Antonio, TX
  • Redwood Credit Union, Santa Rosa, CA

"We believe that credit unions traditionally have and will remain a source of strength during difficult financial times," said Wes Barnett, CIO, generations federal credit union. "It is our very nature to provide the best possible financial services and solutions for our members. By utilizing Postilion's integrated suite of self-service banking solutions, including, Postilion Retail Internet Banking with Personal Financial Management, Postilion ATM Driving, and Postilion Mobile, we are able to offer our members the highest quality products that allow them to successfully manage their finances, anytime, anywhere."

Postilion's Self-Service Banking solutions are designed to empower credit unions and community banks to deliver innovative, customer touch point solutions that level the playing field with larger financial institutions. Postilion solutions represent the next generation of integrated solutions for self-service banking, offering a comprehensive suite of tools. Financial institutions that initially license a single channel can further leverage their initial investment by turning on additional channels with limited effort, through basic configuration. Plus, the multi-channel-ready system ensures a consistent customer experience across all Postilion self-service channels, including ATM, business Internet banking, retail Internet banking, voice and mobile.

"While the current economic environment has put pressure on the greater financial services market, many credit unions are actually experiencing an increase in deposits and new member growth. As a result, credit unions are taking the opportunity to update their self-service banking solutions to strengthen member loyalty and attract new business," said Pierre Naude, President, Postilion Banking. "We are excited about the momentum that Postilion has gained in the credit union space and we will continue to focus on providing the solutions that enable both credit unions and community banks to deploy the most competitive functionality in the marketplace."

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