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As an industry leader, CSI participates in professional discussions or provides insight into recent technology developments. Below is a list of recently published articles.

Bracing for the regulatory storm

Community Bank Insight; Online; Jan. 2, 2014

For community banks, Jan. 10, 2014, has been looming, as a wave of mortgage-related regulations go into effect. Everyone is bracing for the heavy impact this will have on most institutions’ compliance programs, compliance cost and lending strategies. 

Regulations Play Catch-Up to International Electronic Transactions

Transaction News; Online PDF, Page 8; Nov. 2013

For years, the growing utilization of electronic transactions outpaced the regulations governing them. While Congress initially passed the Electronic Funds Transfer Act, better known as Regulation E, in 1970, the regulation was rarely updated. As digital transactions grew in importance, the law left too many grey areas for both consumers and financial institutions. 

BankNews Reveals Winners of 2013 Innovative Solutions Awards

BankNews; Online; Oct. 7, 2013

The Innovative Solutions Awards, now in their sixth year, are recognized as the most prestigious awards for companies helping community banks improve their operations, be more competitive, enhance their technical capabilities and increase their profitability.


CUs in Muddy IT Waters Turning to Managed Services

Credit Union Times; Online; Oct. 3, 2013

To navigate the increasingly complicated IT waters and alleviate pressures associated with tougher compliance exams, a growing number of credit unions are turning to managed services providers.


Ease IT Budget Headaches with Strategic Planning

Credit Union Times; Online; Oct. 2, 2013

When creating annual IT budgets, credit unions often get trapped in a complicated maze.

Increasing demand for mobile services, rapidly changing technology and tighter security regulations regarding innovations such as social media make it tough to pinpoint the best ways to spend tech dollars. 
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