CUProdigy is working with Payveris in a partnership that will provide digital payments to CUProdigy’s member credit unions.
Payveris’ cloud-based digital payments platform allows for more secure, faster and less expensive payment transactions with less risk of error. The partnership will use Payveris’ modular, API driven digital payments platform to further strengthen CUProdigy’s modern browser-based core banking system and provide member credit unions a competitive edge in the marketplace.
“CUProdigy takes great pride in the close relationships that we have fostered with our credit unions.” said Craig Peterson, Director of Client Services for CUProdigy. “We continually evaluate what is going on in the industry in terms of technology offerings that can help our credit unions to better compete and be more efficient. In deciding to partner with Payveris, we were impressed not only by the payments technology that Payveris brings to the table, but by the team at Payveris and their dedication to helping credit unions to succeed.”
CUProdigy will be introducing the Payveris team at their upcoming Annual Meeting being held in Orlando, FL from Sept. 9th – 14th.
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