The Pulse (05-22-13)
May 22, 2013 ● Volume 02, Issue 20
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MnIPC partners with Montana CUSO to provide cost-effective deposits
Continuing its expansion in working with credit unions nationwide, MnIPC recently announced a partnership with CUsource, a Montana-based credit union service organization (CUSO). This partnership allows the CUSO and MnIPC to combine deposit item volume and help control cost for credit unions.
Building upon a long history of superior service in the Minnesota market, MnIPC began expanding its service to credit unions around the country several years ago. Now, in its cooperative effort with CUsource, MnIPC has added CUSOs to its client list. This added focus enables the company to showcase its quality of service on a national level and helps stabilize revenue in a declining deposit item environment.
"MnIPC has consistently provided excellent member service and innovation, which has led to the evolution of the organization and made it the quality client partner it is today,” said MnIPC Vice President Michelle Carlson. "We are excited to work with CUsource on its credit union deposits. This cooperation between entities within the credit union system is a mutual benefit for all parties involved.”
CUsource is a credit union-owned CUSO headquartered in Great Falls, Mont. It provides data processing, draft processing, real estate, print/mail and security services to credit unions in Montana, Kansas, Washington and Wyoming. By partnering with MnIPC, the CUSO will be able to process its credit unions' deposit items more efficiently and cost-effectively using MnIPCs technology and expertise.
By taking advantage of the latest technology, MnIPC leads the way in providing fully integrated, state-of-the-art item processing solutions, including: MICR image capture, Check 21 services, remote deposit capture, mobile deposits, and a seven-year online image archive. With aggregation of volume and flexible settlement arrangements, MnIPC offers some of the best rates in the country that are backed by more than 30 years of experience and a proven track record of exemplary service.
For more information about MnIPC, contact Vice President Michelle Carlson by email or call (651) 288-5551. For information about all of MnCUN's products and services, contact MnCUN Vice President -- Network Service Corporation John Ferstl by email or call (651) 288-5505.