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Kaiperm Diablo FCU taps Nymbus core banking platform

Kaiperm Diablo Federal Credit Union has selected Nymbus SmartCore core banking platform to modernise the digital customer experience for its members in Northern California as well as streamline back-end operations and processes.

Nymbus SmartCore combines all the required functions in one system with one data set. The vendor said that the platform will allow the credit union to streamline workflows and modernise existing software and hardware infrastructure.

Kaiperm Diablo has been given its own dedicated private cloud to ensure the highest levels of security as well as compliance with the latest industry standards.

Kaiperm Diablo Federal Credit Union chairman of board of directors Leslie (Les) K Chan said: “Being located just outside Silicon Valley in the San Francisco Bay Area, we recognize the importance of technology innovation to meet the evolving needs of our tech-savvy members.

“Nymbus and Kaiperm Diablo have a shared vision of how technology can be used to drive membership growth and competitive differentiation. In addition, only Nymbus was positioned to deliver the technology innovation with the speed, agility and urgency we required.”

 

 

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