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Dynamic Marketing teams up with New Jersey league

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NORCROSS, Ga. (10/29/08)--Dynamic Marketing Systems (DMS), a provider of Web-enabled marketing resource management solutions, announced an alliance with the New Jersey Credit Union League (NJCUL). As part of the alliance, the league endorses the use of DMS’s Web-enabled Micro Merchant solution to provide marketing collateral support to credit union marketing programs (BusinessWire Oct. 28). The alliance enables the league’s member credit unions to design and print customized marketing materials online through Micro Merchant. DMS provides training, user support, Web hosting and site maintenance. “We did extensive research and testing of the product,” said Paul Gentile, NJCUL president/CEO. He said it “helps credit unions bring their products to market faster while keeping a cohesive branding message. Branding has never been more important to credit unions as they work to show their value proposition in these turbulent economic times.” “The alliance with the NJCUL offers participating credit unions a way to cost-effectively simplify the way marketing collateral materials are designed and ordered,” said Gordy Cain, CEO of DMS. “This allows users to devote more resources to further enhancing member service.”

eDOC Innovations partners with Corporate One

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MIDWAY, Utah and GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (10/29/08)--eDoc Innovations, formerly Reed Data Inc., announced a partnership with Corporate One FCU. The partnership aims to help Corporate One FCU’s credit unions develop document imaging strategies, according to Lee Butke, Corporate One president/CEO. “We now have the ability to help credit unions develop a comprehensive document imaging strategy through offerings that will encompass these transactions documents, as well as other documents critical to running a credit union,” he added. The partnership brings together Corporate One and CU*Answers. eDOC became a credit union service organization through a majority stock offering to CU*Answers in June 2007. CU*Answers serves more than 150 credit unions with data processing, network services and check processing support. eDOC services more than 400 credit unions through its e-document strategies software, DocLogic, a paperless platform. Corporate One, Columbus, Ohio, has more than $5.2 billion in assets.