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Access Softek OFX server OK for Symitar auto launch
BERKELEY, Calif. (8/15/08)--More than 500 Symitar credit unions can now provide service to members using Quicken, Microsoft Money and QuickBooks after Access Softek’s OFX server, which runs on the Symitar Episys core processor, was approved for auto launch by Intuit and Microsoft. Typical OFX server certification can take up to six months and cost $30,000 to $50,000. Users also have to receive certification from Intuit and Microsoft prior to launch. “We just finished a rush OFX conversion project with Access Softek,” said Shannon Doiron, Kinecta FCU, Manhattan Beach, Calif. “Their auto-launch certification saved us a tremendous amount of time and money.” Access Softek is based in Berkeley, Calif. Its customers include more than 75 banks and credit unions.


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