Sharetec’s Automated Processing Saves Time And Money!

automated processing saves time and money
Don’t Let Repetitive Tasks Slow You Down!

Sharetec’s Automated Processing will simplify your daily tasks, allowing you more time for your members.

Save time and money!  You can automatically transfer and post files like ACH, Share Draft, ATM, Debit, OFAC, ACH and Share Draft Returns, FIDM, Bill Pay, Statements and Positive Balance.  Automated Processing enables employees to focus on managing member relationships and as a result, the processing power of your credit union will increase greatly.  You will never have to download, upload, or post a transmission file again.

The Sharetec Credit Union Management System is serviced and supported in the South and Southwest by Data Systems of Texas.   Sharetec’s data processing system for credit unions features a fully integrated core system that includes modules for Shares and Drafts, Loans, Collections, automated 5300 Call Report, Marketing, Cross Selling, Shared Branching, Home Banking, Mobile Banking, Text Banking, Remote Deposit Capture, e-Documents, and Remote e-Sign.

Additionally, Sharetec provides FINCEN and OFAC processing, Credit Bureau integration, Indirect Lending, ACH origination and automated ACH/Share Draft processing.  Sharetec is fully graphical (point and click) and offered both as an in-house data processing system or an on-line service bureau (hosted solution) environment.

Data Systems of Texas, headquartered in Waco, provides a fully qualified staff of credit union and computer system professionals who provide superior support, training, and service to clients in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, California and Arizona.

Data Systems also provides Remote Data Capture and Disaster Recovery Services for our clients.  For more information about Sharetec and Data Systems of Texas contact Lori Tuyo at 1-800-245-7504.

Lori Tuyo
Marketing Specialist

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