Northumberland County Schools FCU selects Fiserv for core account processing

Source: Fiserv

Fiserv, Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV), a leading global provider of financial services technology solutions, announced today that Northumberland County Schools Federal Credit Union, based in Milton, Pennsylvania, is converting to the CUnify (TM) account processing platform.

The credit union will also add integrated solutions from Fiserv, including CheckFree(R) RXP(R) for electronic payments, FraudNet(TM) for real-time payments fraud monitoring, and additional tools for credit card processing.

"As a progressive credit union, we are focused on delivering innovative services and adding meaningful value to the community we serve," said Brenda Raker, president and CEO, Northumberland County Schools Federal Credit Union. "We are converting to the CUnify core technology platform to drive greater efficiency and flexibility in our operations. Through our partnership with Fiserv, we have the technology foundation on which we can build stronger member relationships."

Founded in 1956, Northumberland has approximately $18 million in assets and 2,500 members. A strong supporter of the Milton community, the credit union serves local school districts and a variety of other select employer groups. In 2015, Northumberland gained broadcast television recognition for its 11th annual "Stuff the Bus" campaign, which raised and donated 7,000 school supplies to students at three local districts.

The new technology suite from Fiserv, including built-in marketing capabilities within CUnify, will enhance the credit union's ability to nurture relationships with new and existing members.

"Innovative technology and a commitment to community are a winning combination for credit unions and their members," said Mark Sievewright, president, Credit Union Solutions, Fiserv. "Northumberland County FCU turned to Fiserv to provide the platform that will help them continue to grow, succeed and inspire others as they stay in step with peoples' busy lives."

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