New core banking software project for Temenos in Canada
Integris CU, a credit union in Canada’s British Columbia, is implementing a new core banking platform, Banking Technology understands. This is Temenos’ T24.
In addition, the credit union will also deploy Temenos Connect (digital channels) and Insight BI (business intelligence), it is understood.
No comment was available from Integris.
Integris was formed in 2005 as a result of a merger of three local credit unions: Nechako Valley, Prince George Savings, and Quesnel and District.
A couple of years later, Integris signed for the Acumen core platform, a new product developed by Fiserv. However, following Fiserv’s acquisition in early 2013 of rival vendor Open Solutions, Acumen was sunsetted. Its users were offered to move to Open Solutions’ DNA core product.
Banking Technology understands that Integris decided to evaluate the market, and following a system selection, opted for Temenos.
The vendor is already well established in Canada’s credit unions space, with clients comprising FirstOntario, Coast Capital, Vancity, and Blueshore Financial.