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Panini Jack Henry partnership now includes Symitar
DAYTON, Ohio (5/26/10)--Panini, a distributed check capture provider and strategic alliance provider of CUNA Strategic Services (CSS), has expanded its partnership with Jack Henry and Associates to include Symitar. Symitar provides core processing and technology solutions for credit unions of all sizes. It will offer the Panini Vision X, and will certify and release the Panini I:Deal, the check scanner endorsed by CSS. Panini and Jack Henry have an established partnership that provides distributed capture solutions to the financial industry, said David Foss, president of ProfitStars, a division of Jack Henry that provides performance improving solutions to financial institutions. Jack Henry's ProfitStars and Jack Henry Banking already use the Panini check scanner line, Foss said. Jack Henry Banking provides enterprise-wide technology platforms to community and mid-tier banks. Panini's recently launched Check 21 initiative designed specifically for credit unions will be leveraged by ProfitStars and Symitar to assist credit unions with implementing teller capture (truncating check deposits at each branch teller line), remote deposit capture, or member capture (enabling members to scan and transmit check deposits from their home or office). The initiative provides special promotions throughout 2010, joint marketing programs, a strategic channel program, special resources for credit unions, and Panini's check capture solutions. For more information, use the link.
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