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FSCC joins VendorTrack third-party management program
MADISON, Wis. (3/22/10)--Financial Service Centers Cooperative (FSCC) is the first Gold sponsor of VendorTrack, a CUNA Strategic Services (CSS) provider. “The benefits of being a Gold sponsor include a higher level of exposure to potential credit union clients and better serving current customers with their due diligence needs,” said Wes Millar, CSS senior vice president. FSCC, Ontario, Calif., offers a Shared Branching network with financial access points at more than 6,300 locations. VendorTrack is a third-party vendor management system developed by CSS and TraceSecurity. It has grown to 877 registrants as of March, from 33 credit unions in the beginning of 2009. More than 50 of the registered credit unions have asset sizes of more than $1 billion. Over 53% have less than $100 million in assets. Fourteen credit union leagues also are registered for the service. Credit unions can subscribe to the services for $99 per year. Those already registered will be grandfathered into the pricing structure. New credit unions will receive a free 30-day trial.
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