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Three Credit Unions Select OnCore XP2 System from United Solutions CUSO

April 27, 2016

Envision Credit Union, Florida A&M University Federal Credit Union, and Brightview Credit Union sign agreements with United Solutions Company to convert to OnCore, United Solutions Company CUSO’s hosted Fiserv XP2 core system.

April 25, 2015 – Tallahassee, FL – United Solutions Company (USC), a technology CUSO hosting core processing and other tech services for credit unions, announced that three credit unions have signed a contract to convert to the OnCore XP2 core processing system. Envision Credit Union, Florida A&M University Federal Credit Union, and Brightview Credit Union have chosen to keep USC as their technology partner due to its commitment to personalized service and innovative technology solutions.

“With their selection of OnCore, our clients will have the ability to increase efficiency and meet their members need with greater ease,” said Jim Giacobbe, President & CEO of USC. “We created OnCore to be the complete, credit-union-in-a-box technology solution for credit unions. With OnCore, our clients get the technology and innovation they need to thrive in a very competitive market.  They also receive the service excellence they have come to know and expect from their technology partner. It feels good knowing that our credit unions are recommitting to United Solutions and choosing the OnCore platform.”

Envision Credit Union, serving 6 counties in north Florida, has been working with the CUSO since its inception in 1983. Envision is merging with Focus Credit Union, creating a credit union with over $440 million in assets and over 40,000 members. Currently both on USC’s hosted DataSafe system, they sought to deepen member relationships and provide a more efficient, streamlined process for loan origination. Envision Credit Union also currently uses USC’s Check Capture and Managed Network Services solutions.

Florida A&M University Federal Credit Union chose United Solutions in 1992 to be on the DataSafe core processing system. With more than 3,000 members and almost $20 million in assets, Florida A&M University FCU chose to convert to OnCore XP2 to better serve their members. “United Solutions has been a great business partner for the credit union, and we’re looking forward to moving to the more efficient XP2 Platform,” said Florida A&M University FCU CEO, Ernest Allen. Florida A&M University FCU also currently uses United Solutions Collections, Mobile Deposit Capture, and Managed Network Services.

With more than 70 employers and organizations contributing to their member base, Brightview Credit Union was prepared to move to the OnCore XP2 system. “I want my staff to be able to use the system without difficulty, give our members a better home banking experience, and speed up our lending process, “ said CEO, Arthur Hart. Brightview Credit Union also currently uses United Solutions Managed Network Services.

United Solutions signed with Fiserv in 2015 to start hosting the XP2 core-processing platform as a part of the new OnCore offering. OnCore is not just core data processing; it’s a complete and customizable technology solution for credit unions.  You can visit oncore.unitedsolutions.coop for more information.

About United Solutions Company

United Solutions Company is a Credit Union Services Organization (CUSO) and Application Service Provider (ASP) founded in 1983 with headquarters in Tallahassee, Florida. United Solutions provides a comprehensive menu of products and services to credit unions and other businesses all over the country. From core data processing and check 21 services, to collections and network management, our exceptional services and commitment to innovation is what truly sets us apart. Visit www.unitedsolutions.coop for more information.

About Envision Credit Union

Envision Credit Union was founded in 1954 to serve teachers in Leon County by providing a variety of financial products and services. With over $300 million in assets and more than 33,000 members, Envision has 5 full service locations and one drive-up only location in Leon (FL) and Gadsden (FL) counties. As a not-for-profit financial cooperative created by educators, Envision provides critical support to students and teachers within our surrounding communities.  Envision helps members strengthen their finances with products and services customized for their unique situation. For more information, please visit www.envisioncu.com.

About Florida A&M University Federal Credit Union

On May 8, 1935, Dr. J.R.E. Lee persuaded six individuals to deposit $50.00 each of their personal funds to obtain a federal credit union charter. The Florida A&M College Employees Federal Credit Union was born to encourage its members to save money and to provide loans to other members. In 1953, the credit union changed its name to the Florida A&M University Federal Credit Union and in 2002, the credit union relocated to its present location in a 10,000 square foot state-of-the art facility. Over the years the credit union has expanded its membership to include a wide range of community organizations and churches. The FAMU Federal Credit Union is proud of its community involvement and looks forward to many more years of service. Visit www.famufcu.org for more information.

About Brightview Credit Union

On January 18, 1950, a group of employees of the Mississippi Employment Security Commission formally petitioned the Bureau of Federal Credit Unions for a charter to establish a credit union to serve the commission’s employees and their family members.  By July 1971 the credit union reached the $1 million mark.  Today our credit union has well over $20 million in assets and serves employees and family members throughout the state of Mississippi. At Brightview Credit Union, their mission is to provide you with quality, value-added financial services that help you improve your quality of life. Visit www.brightviewcu.com for more information.

 

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