West Virginia Central Credit Union announces core conversion to Member Driven Technologies
Parkersburg, WV – West Virginia Central Credit Union (www.wvccu.org) has signed to convert their core processing from Fiserv Galaxy to Symitar Episys via the Member Driven Technologies (MDT) credit union-owned service organization (CUSO) solution.
The conversion will create a positive impact on member relations and growth for the credit union. With the combination of the Symitar suite of products in the hosted MDT environment and the plethora of ancillary services that MDT provides, efficiencies as well as service offerings will be plentiful. The West Virginia Central Credit Union contract marks the 64th credit union in 25 states for MDT.
About West Virginia Central Credit Union – West Virginia Central Credit Union headquartered in Parkersburg, WV, is a member-owned cooperative and continues to believe in the philosophy of “People Helping People.” President/CEO, Michael A. Tucker, states the following “We dedicate each day to our members, striving to provide top-notch services that meet their needs and expectations.” Originally chartered in 1968, WVCCU serves more than 18,000 members and represents $107 million in assets.
About MDT – Member Driven Technologies, a Michigan-based credit union-owned service organization (CUSO), was started by a group of Michigan credit unions in early 2003 as The IT Group, LLC and then registered with the State of Michigan, doing business as Member Driven Technologies (MDT). Since that time, MDT has provided cost-effective, innovative IT solutions to credit unions throughout the United States. MDT has two offices in Warren and Southfield, MI, and currently serves credit unions in 25 states, servicing over one million members and exceeding $9.1 billion in total assets.