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Wheatland Federal Credit Union Selects XP2 from Fiserv for Account Processing with an Array of Integrated Solutions

Fiserv, Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV), a leading global provider of financial services technology solutions, today announced that Wheatland Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Lancaster, Pa., has renewed and expanded its relationship with Fiserv. The $56 million credit union, a Fiserv client for over 25 years, has selected the XP2® account processing platform via ASP, Virtual Branch® for online banking and loan origination, Mobiliti™ for mobile banking, Nautilus® for enterprise content management and solutions for ATM and debit processing. The credit union will continue to utilize the Wisdom™ accounting suite and ConvergeIT® for interactive voice response.

“Wheatland FCU’s mission is to assist our members in building a solid financial future, which includes offering the latest innovations in technology along with secure, personal service. Fiserv has been a valuable partner in delivering on our strategic vision,” said Kathy Rye, Chief Executive Officer and president, Wheatland FCU. “We chose to continue and expand our partnership with Fiserv due to the open architecture provided by XP2 and the company’s commitment to integration and innovation of value-add products. The total solution offered by Fiserv is the best choice for our credit union.”

Wheatland FCU has been part of the Lancaster, Pa. community since 1936 and now serves more than 10,000 members throughout Lancaster County. With Fiserv, the credit union will have the ability to enhance the member experience through tightly integrated digital banking channels – mobile, online and card payments. In addition, Wheatland FCU employees can continue to improve on their current services standards via cross-channel contact management. Fiserv integration allows for greater ease of use and gives a complete view of the member relationship, thus giving greater time for personalized service.

“Over the history of our relationship, Wheatland FCU and Fiserv have had a strong partnership in aiding in the delivery of financial services to the community of Lancaster,” said Mark Sievewright, division president, Credit Union Solutions, Fiserv. “Wheatland FCU understands the connection between technology and providing members with financial service excellence. Fiserv is committed to offering the technology solutions that best fit the unique needs of credit unions, whether it's expanding services to local businesses or gaining a better understanding of their members.”

XP2 from Fiserv is a proven choice in account processing for credit unions featuring a Microsoft® .NET Framework architecture open at every tier and a member-centric design backed by an IBM® DB2 relational database. With scalable technology and established interfaces for a broad range of enterprise solutions, XP2 supports credit unions' growth and drives operational efficiency. XP2 is available via service bureau, in-house delivery or facilities management.

Fiserv is the U.S. market leader in account processing services for financial institutions. More than 55 million consumers use Fiserv-powered online banking services, and more than one third of U.S. financial institutions rely on Fiserv for account processing solutions and expertise.

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Fiserv, Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV) is a leading global technology provider serving the financial services industry, driving innovation in payments, processing services, risk and compliance, customer and channel management, and business insights and optimization. For more information, visit www.fiserv.com.

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