Fiserv, Inc. has announced that Travis Credit Union has selected the DNA account processing platform and several integrated solutions. The USD2.2bn asset credit union will leverage the platform’s member-centric design and flexible development tools to attract and retain retail and commercial relationships.
“DNA from Fiserv will allow us to bring new products and services to market in a more rapid timeline. Plus, with DNAcreator, we’ll be able to customize and extend the platform as our needs and our members’ needs evolve,” said Patsy Van Ouwerkerk, president and Chief Executive Officer, Travis Credit Union. “Other financial institutions using DNA have proven success with the platform’s commercial lending capabilities, which gives us confidence in its ability to support our growth in business services.”
Recognized by industry-leading analysts, DNA is the first open, person-centric core banking platform built for collaboration. DNA was developed using Microsoft’s leading .NET Framework for a core platform that banks and credit unions can rely on for the long-term.
“We are delighted to extend our 30 year relationship with Travis Credit Union following the team’s selection of the DNA platform. Travis joins a fast-growing group of credit unions who understand fully the flexibility and functionality needed from a core processing solution in driving member service excellence and supporting business growth strategies,” said Mark Sievewright, division president, Credit Union Solutions, Fiserv. “Further, Travis’s selection of DNA provides additional momentum to the significant adoption we have seen for the platform since our acquisition of Open Solutions.”
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