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New ProfitStars blog addresses fin performance trends
MONETT, Mo. (3/2/11)--ProfitStars, a performance solutions division of Monett, Mo.-based Jack Henry and Associates, has introduced Strategically Speaking, a blog focused on the industry's financial performance trends. In the blog, ProfitStars' experts share thoughts on the latest trends and events while interacting with financial institution leaders in an open forum. ProfitStars has more than 9,100 customers, including 29 of the top U.S. credit unions and 42 of the top 50 U.S. banks. Traditional banking is changing daily, leaving executives responsible for a lot of decision making, said ProfitStars.. The blog will address current events and topics affecting their business and the latest industry advances. Blog contributors will speak about tips to improve financial institutions' performance in a number of areas, including payments, imaging, security, compliance, lending, Web, mobile banking, social media and overall performance. Jack Henry is a provider of computer systems and card processing services for financial institutions, including credit unions. For more information, use the link.


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