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Louise Mills FCU selects Sharetec as their new core system

LINO LAKES, MN (June 8, 2017) — Sharetec System , core technology made simple, is proud to welcome Louise Mills FCU in Merrimac, MA as the newest member of the Sharetec family.

Heather Hull-Colby, CEO of Louise Mills FCU, stated, “I have really enjoyed working with everyone from your company. It really is one big family like the credit unions used to be. It has been a very long time since I have worked with such an amazing vendor. I am pleased to say that your company is the very best out there!”

Louise Mills FCU will be implementing a number of member facing applications that include Sharetec Home and Mobile banking, Allied FlexPay, eDocuments, eNotices, eStatements, eAlerts and Online Loan Applications. The credit union will also be leveraging Sharetec’s cross-selling feature to boost lending. The 5300 call report generator will enable Louise Mills FCU to streamline this otherwise tedious process.

Joseph Reis, Regional Manager for Sharetec, comments, “We are excited to be in a position to provide Louise Mills FCU with a system that will allow them to grow, by offering more member facing applications and cross-selling. At Sharetec we truly believe in the value that smaller credit unions deliver to their members. We are proud when we can help a credit union to excel and maintain viability. Louise Mills FCU was looking for solutions and Sharetec was able to provide the answers for their success.

Augusta Color Dash attracts 330 runners, walkers, joggers

Signs, including one that said “Run like you stole something,” kept up runners’ spirits as well as they sprinted through stations where they were dusted with cornstarch colored blue, pink, yellow and green.

The run — a benefit for both the Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Augusta Downtown Alliance — attracted about 330 entrants.

Lothridge, who is sales director for the Fairfield Inn & Suites and the Hampton Inn, both in Augusta, when he’s not spinning tunes, praised both groups for organizing the event. “I like to have events like this,” he said.

One of the runners was Bill Tozier, who works for the KV Federal Credit Union, a major sponsor of the event.

“It’s really a great cause for the downtown and the Chamber of Commerce,” Tozier said, drinking from a water bottle after finishing the race. “I do it for the run, and they get me pretty colorful.”

Since he ran last year in the inaugural event, he’s learned a few tricks to running through the color stations.