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Monday, January 6, 2014, 6:20 am

Santa Rosa financial software firm announces tech integration

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    SANTA ROSA — CUneXus Solutions, a Santa Rosa-based developer of a one-stop financial services platform allowing lenders to easily extend their entire consumer loan offerings to borrowers on a pre-approved basis, announced seamless integration of its cplXpress platform with the widely used financial services platform under Digital Insight.

    The partnership with Digital Insight — formerly a division of Intuit Inc. — will make that integration possible for numbers of banks and credit unions already using the Digital Insight platform to manage their online banking, mobile banking and internal systems, said David Buerger, president of CUneXus.

    Those lenders include the $2.1 billion-asset Educational Employees Credit Union in Fresno, an institution that Mr. Buerger credited for helping to spearhead the integration with Digital Insight.

    “We’re thrilled to announce the availability of a single-sign-on interface for our cplXpress product within Digital Insight’s digital banking platform, and feel especially fortunate to have partnered with Educational Employees Credit Union to pilot the new release,” said Mr. Buerger, in the announcement.

    Under the cplXpress platform, customers are shown a range of consumer loan products for which they qualify, without the need for separate loan applications. The approach gives users a broad understanding of their borrowing power, and gives financial institutions a number of channels to market those products in a way tailored to the individual borrower.

    Completed and made available to financial institutions in early 2013, the cplXpress platform is designed to either sit independent of a lender’s current data systems or integrate directly with that technology.

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