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Corporate Central CU Partners With Ncontracts
MUSKEGO, Wis. (6/25/13)--Corporate Central CU, Muskego, Wis., has partnered with Ncontracts to offer vendor and contract management services.

Corporate Central said it entered the partnership to help its member credit unions achieve efficient vendor management and regulatory compliance on third-party oversight and due diligence. Ncontracts' services will help credit unions control costs, stay informed of approaching renewals and comply with National Credit Union Administration regulations.

"Ncontracts provides an all-encompassing software solution, coupled with consulting services and paralegal support to streamline what is quickly becoming a very labor-intensive process when performed in-house," said Chris Felton, Corporate Central executive vice president. "This partnership brings a much-needed service to credit unions faced with growing third-party oversight requirements. The fact that we can add value to our membership via our partnership pricing model with Ncontracts is a positive benefit for our members."

Corporate Central will host a webinar, presented by Ncontracts, that provides an overview of the benefits of Ncontracts' vendor management services. The live, 30-minute webinar will be July 18 at 12:30 p.m. CT and July 29 at 12:30 p.m. CT.


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