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KeyPoint Credit Union selects ACI Worldwide to deliver digital banking services

ACI Worldwide has announced that KeyPoint Credit Union selected the company to power its digital banking and bill pay initiatives.

With nearly $1 billion in assets and nine full-service branches, KeyPoint serves a wide array of tech-savvy members across Silicon Valley and the Bay Area.

With a growing millennial base raised on mobile and online, KeyPoint needed a digital banking solution that could best cater to this demographic. After a competitive search, it selected ACI’s Architect Banking Solution.

KeyPoint is hosting Architect Banking in ACI’s secure and fully compliant data centers, which host banking and payment solutions for more than 4,000 financial institutions, retailers and billers.

Architect Banking is a single end-to-end solution for banking, bill pay, mobile, marketing and administration that gives credit unions and community banks control, choice and flexibility to quickly respond to both consumer and business needs.

"With so many technologically-advanced members who primarily bank online or via mobile device, it is key for us to deliver a powerful digital banking user experience," said Brad Canfield, president and CEO, KeyPoint Credit Union. "ACI provides the foundation for this experience, and as we move forward with our Mobile First strategy, the ACI solution allows us to integrate everything into one platform."

"As preferences evolve and online and mobile banking continue their rapid ascent, we’re seeing more and more innovative financial institutions like KeyPoint taking proactive approaches to better serve their members," said Eric Labiak, senior vice president, ACI Worldwide. "And as these institutions expand their digital banking capabilities, they’re partnering with ACI to help them grow."