Harland Financial Solutions announced today that Fulda Area 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 and the Servicing Director loan servicing system.
Fulda Area Credit Union, based in Fulda, Minn., selected Harland Financial Solutions to provide its members with high-touch service and to increase efficiency within the institution. The credit union currently utilizes Harland Financial Solutions' widely-used LaserPro® and DepositPro® compliant loan and deposit origination, account opening and documentation systems. By leveraging the integration among the existing and new solutions, Fulda will benefit from consolidated vendor management, a streamlined member experience across channels, and the opportunity to provide its members with new self-service options.
"As a satisfied LaserPro and DepositPro client, it made sense for us to put Harland Financial Solutions at the heart of our technology by adding UltraData Enterprise Core," said Laura Honken, internal operations and compliance officer of Fulda Area Credit Union. "That's going to be the solution that ties together our entire enterprise. We will leverage the integration among all of these solutions to spend more time serving members, rather than managing multiple vendor relationships. Additionally, we are excited to roll out new, cutting-edge self-service solutions to our membership, and to provide them with a top-notch experience no matter which channels they use to interact with us."
"We are grateful that we have earned the opportunity to expand the depth of our relationship with Fulda Area Credit Union," said Scott Hansen, executive vice president of business development at Harland Financial Solutions. "Streamlining solutions from one partner allows credit unions to focus on strategic objectives and better serve members. We are proud to help our credit union clients become more efficient and achieve their growth objectives."