pen Solutions Inc. said
it will convert the $410
million Maps Credit
Union in Salem, Ore.,
Maps CU cited the platform’s open
architecture, including the ability to
easily use third-party and Open Solutions enhancements through the
company’s DNAappstore and integration tools, in its decision.
“With Open Solutions’ DNAcre-ator and DNAappstore comes the
opportunity to develop efficiencies
and core customizations in-house
or purchase them, which is very attractive, and aligns with our long-term goals,” said CJ Daiker, vice
president of information technology at Maps CU.
The Oregon credit union also will
deploy business intelligence, item
processing, teller capture and other
toolsets from Open Solutions, the
Maps CU was founded in 1935
and now has nine branches and
serves more than 40,000 members
in Marion, Polk, Yamhill, Linn, Benton, Clackamas, Washington and
Multnomah counties .
Open Solutions said it now has
more than 450 credit unions using
its flagship DNA core processing
Maps CU had been running on
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union’s lending team for follow up.
At First Eagle, that included emails,
incorporating a message about
Loan Saver into the new member
on-boarding process, post cards to
existing members, newsletters and
“Loan Saver fits well with the
credit union goal of helping mem-
bers save money. In fact, members
using Loan Saver saved an average
of $1,400 by moving loans from
other lenders to First Eagle,” said
Jody Berger, the credit union’s mar-
Code Green of Gaithersburg, Md.,
said it provides ATM and branch locator software and other marketing
and data tech products to approximately 200 credit unions, including
approximately 25 contracted to use
the Loan Saver solution. n
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Web-based loan lead generation system has netted the $76 million First Eagle FCU in Owings Mill, Md., more than $690,000
in new loans in its first few months,
the credit union said.
The 10,000-member First Eagle
deployed the Loan Saver system
from Code Green LLC in August.
First Eagle deployed the
Loan Saver system in
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save by consolidating and transferring all their credit cards and other
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The system also alerts the credit
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