Tag Archive: symitar

Mar 06

Symitar Theme Song?

OK, I have to get this out there because I can’t be the only one that has thought about this (come on Symitar marketing…) but shouldn’t Jack Henry license the Black Eyed Peas song “I Gotta Feeling” and have that as there theme song? Seriously, “…I gotta feeling that tonight’s gonna be a Goodnight…” is …

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Dec 23

SymEast 2010 – A Banner Year for the Committee

I don’t know how the rest of our SymEast regulars and fellow users are feeling about 2010, but I can tell you the SymEast Committee are all looking forward to the year ahead and showing those around us why credit unions continue to be the consumer’s best choice for servicing their financial needs. Because the …

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Sep 06

Virtual SEC 2009 – Was it all we hoped for?

So everyone now has had the chance to digest the content of the 2009 virtual SEC conference and think about how effective it was in terms of living up to a very accessible form of trade show. I know there were many dissatisfied folks during the conference due to the numerous technical difficulties that we …

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Sep 06

It’s Almost SymEast Time Again!

Guess what campers! It’s almost SymEast time again! That’s right, SymEast 2010 is right around the corner in February which is not all that far away. This year we are going to be in Biloxi, MS at the Beau Rivage! As an added bonus, there will be a Mardi Gras parade that attendees will be …

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Apr 13

Twitter Display ReOrg

Since we are starting to have more people signup and track the conference on Twitter, I have added a new page here http://blog.symeast.org/symitar-twitters/ which is also a navigation item along the top tool bar. This page will list all of the people who have sent us their Twitter user name so their feeds are available …

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Apr 12

Cool CUIntegrator Uses

Being a .Net / PHP guy at heart, I have always been more interested in getting into the Symitar system through non-PowerOn related means than using RepDev or PowerOn Studio to code in native Symitar script. I know it is too late for this year, but I want to throw this out to all those …

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