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Net Deposit CU Business Group to offer remote deposit e-payment
SALT LAKE CITY and PORTLAND, Ore. (6/28/10)--NetDeposit, a provider of remote deposit capture and payment processing services, and CU Business Group (CUBG), which provides business services for more than 300 credit unions, announced a partnership agreement to bring remote deposit capture (RDC) and payment solutions products and services to the credit union market. CUBG will offer NetDeposit's NDpro Processing Services to its credit union clients and will host a webinar Tuesday to introduce the suite of products. With NetDeposit's NDpro Processing Services, credit unions can offer end-to-end processing technology for payments, including front-end capture applications for commercial RDC, and powerful electronic payment processing applications for automated clearinghouse and card transactions. The service also includes clearing and settlement for all transactions with no host system interface required, and full implementation services from NetDeposit and CUBG, plus ongoing technical support for the credit union and its business members. The webinar, at 12 p.m. CT, will feature Larry Middleman, president/CEO of CUBG, and Mary Hockridge, executive vice president of sales and marketing forNet Deposit.


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