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Bluepoint Catalyst team on teller capture mobile deposit
WASHINGTON (3/22/12)--Catalyst Corporate FCU and Bluepoint Solutions have expanded their partnership to offer Bluepoint's teller capture and mobile deposit application to Catalyst Corporate's member credit unions. The partnership will give members access to Bluepoint's entire suite of Check 21 applications.

Since 2006, the two organizations have provided credit unions solutions for branch capture, remote deposit capture and electronic cashletter processing. With the expanded partnership, Catalyst will resell teller and mobile capture, in addition to branch, merchant, ATM and home capture channels. Bluepoint's ImagePoint Teller is available for purchase directly from Catalyst.  QwikDeposit ToGo is available integrated with Catalyst's current mobile banking application provided by Malauzai Software.

Bluepoint Solutions, based in Vista, Calif., provides remote deposit capture, item processing and enterprise content management solutions to credit unions, corporate credit unions and credit union service organizations nationwide.

Catalyst Corporate, based in Plano, Texas, provides item processing, electronic funds transfers and investment services for more than 1,000 credit unions nationwide.


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