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Vertifi Randolph-Brooks team up on iPad app
BURLINGTON, Mass. and LIVE OAK, Texas (6/2/11)--Vertifi Software, a payment systems software provider, has launched a mobile banking app designed specifically for Apple’s iPad. The first credit union to deploy the app is $4.3 billion Randolph-Brooks FCU, Live Oak, Texas. Vertifi’s iPad app offers access to account balances and transaction history, transfers and loan payment capabilities, access to archived check images, a secure messaging system, branch/ATM locator, access to loan and deposit rates, advanced promotional capabilities to deliver targeted messaging to members, and a layout designed for the iPad screen. The application takes advantage of iPad 2’s built-in camera to offer mobile remote-check deposits. Check images are captured with the iPad 2 camera, and image pre-processing and validation take place on-device. Checks are processed electronically end-to-end through Vertifi, and deposits are posted to members’ accounts in real time with immediate access to check images. Randolph-Brooks FCU now has downloadable apps that support the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Android devices. “We are in a very competitive market, and it is important that we stay ahead of the curve,” said Mary O’Rourke, vice president of electronic services. “Randolph-Brooks FCU relies on advanced technology to service thousands of members around the globe. Our membership is comprised of many military men and women, and it is crucial that they have access to their accounts, regardless of where they are stationed or what mobile device they own.”


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