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eDOC TV launched showcases videos

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MIDDLEBURY, Vt. (8/6/12)--eDOC Innovations has introduced eDOC TV, a new Web page showcasing videos about eDOC solutions and the credit union cooperative model.

eDOC has collaborated with credit unions to showcase their media on the new site.

The company is working with Deluvian Productions, a Vermont-owned video production studio, to create more content for eDOC TV. New videos will be posted in the coming months.

"Credit union members are visual," said Bret Weekes, eDOC Innovations president/CEO. "We want to create an avenue where our peers and credit union owners, even members, can learn more about solutions and the industry as a whole, visually. The overarching goal is to drive the universal message of cooperative business design, participation in a network of cooperatives, and drive sustainability for the future of credit unions to the next generation of mobile members."

EPL introduces CUe-ORB at client conference

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (8/6/12)--EPL, a credit union-owned core system provider, introduced a new online banking solution, CUe-ORB during its 33rd Client Conference in Lake Geneva, Wis.

The conference theme, Chart Your Course, focused on leveraging the collective power of EPL's core processing system, i-POWER, and partnered solutions to deliver credit union services with high efficiency and modern, convenient member access through an integrated digital channel, said EPL. 

"We had very good customer participation; more than we've seen in recent years and our partners' support was great," said Denise Taylor, EPL executive vice president. "The energy and excitement relating to the remote services channel and our full suite of solutions is at an all-time high."

NCB implements enhanced ACH solution

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ARLINGTON, Va. (8/6/12)--National Cooperative Bank, which serves cooperatives nationwide, has implemented an enhanced automated clearinghouse solution for credit union correspondent-banking customers and commercial cooperatives.

The new technology provides customers with immediate economic benefits, greater functionality and advanced data security, NCB said. 

NCB's ACH solution offers new tools to handle more complex ACH transactions; extensive management reporting features; the ability to incorporate existing workflow and templates into the new software; and customizable configurations.

Enhanced security measures include multiple permission and approval levels, a full set of auditing controls and risk management reporting with clear tracking of user activity.

The new features are available to clients through a Web-based system.