Sandy, UT (June 20, 2011) -- Computer Marketing Corporation announced today that its newest client, the $330 million Granite Credit Union in Utah will go live on FLEX next quarter. This signing follows a growth trend of nearly 20 new client agreements throughout the nation over the past year. Launched in 1984, the latest iteration of FLEX is engineered in JAVA™ and serves the core processing needs of both on-line and in-house credit union clients of all sizes. With its uniquely designed embedded virtual server technology, FLEX reduces system complexity and IT resources to less than half of today's industry standards.

“This past year has been remarkable as we continue to transition many credit unions onto FLEX,” said Sean Holcomb, Senior Vice President of Computer Marketing Corporation. “Our recent success serves to illustrate the power of innovation and the dynamic nature of technology. Today's FLEX has proven to be the answer for those seeking a new, highly efficient and truly unique core solution.”

In recent years, credit union industry personnel ranked Computer Marketing
Corporation first among competing vendors for customer satisfaction. CMC now serves nearly 275 credit unions in locations across the country, including Alaska, Hawaii, and the Eastern Caribbean. The company enjoys established relationships with all regulatory agencies, corporate credit unions and major industry partners.


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