TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union deploys Symitar core system

Minnesota-based TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union has completed in-house installation of the Episys core system, to support its long-term strategic and growth initiatives, and create enterprise-wide operational efficiencies, while offering improved services to customers.

Minnesota-based TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union has completed in-house installation of the Episys core system, to support its long-term strategic and growth initiatives, and create enterprise-wide operational efficiencies, while offering improved services to customers.

Symitar is a division of Jack Henry & Associates, which offers technology solutions and payment processing services primarily for the financial services industry.

TruStone Financial said that it selected Symitar as its primary technology partner due to its solid industry reputation, broad product offering, and proven success converting diverse credit unions to Episys.

TruStone Financial board chairman Stephen Bohlig said, "We were confident when we chose the Episys platform that it would support our long-term business and growth objectives, and that Symitar provides the integrity, stability, and foundation for a long-term business partnership."

TruStone Financial CEO Tim Bosiacki stated the company considers technology as an important point of its competitive distinction and critical to its ongoing success attracting, serving, and retaining members in today’s competitive, convenience-driven business environment.

"We now have the vision to propel TruStone Financial into the future and the technology to get us there," Bosiacki explained.

With $943m in assets, TruStone Financial serves more than 85,000 members globally and has 13 branches across Minnesota and Wisconsin.