Sandy, UT (December 14, 2011) -- FLEX announces Release 8.01 as its most robust and flexible enhancement package since the company launched JUICE (Java™ User Interface Control Environment). Release 8.01 continues to utilize the graphically rich, user intuitive interface for maximum productivity of JUICE while significantly enhancing client offerings throughout the FLEX core processing system. Highlights include expansion of the member account suffix field supporting virtually limitless account types under a single member account number in addition to an increase to the teller ID length for enhanced security.
The new release includes enhancements to ACH, Audio Response, Business Accounts, Cards, Certificates, Collections, Configuration, Defaults, Document Manager, Drafts, FLEXTeller, GL/Accounting, Loans, Payroll, and Teller Maintenance menus. New in Release 8.01 are fully integrated and expansive Internal Audit, Member Relations, Metro 2, Operations, Reports, Share Draft and System Administration menus. In addition, JUICE screen enhancements are found throughout the system simplifying and advancing key processes.
“The architecture of FLEX in a single server JUICE environment makes it possible for us to stay ahead of the curve in technology applications. Although we understood the nature of JUICE when it was developed, we could not have seen the extreme capabilities it now delivers,” said Sean Holcomb, FLEX Senior Vice President. “This new release not only eases teller management, it simplifies all credit union systems and operations from the front end to the back end helping to maintain up to the minute reports in visual and accurate formats.”
FLEX has been created for customer ease and adaptability. Any client can choose to run the simplest form of the core processing system and at any time contract for additional functions that are easily turned on from their current system.
In recent years, credit union industry personnel ranked FLEX first among competing vendors for customer satisfaction. CMC now serves nearly 300 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.