Five County CU Signs Seven-Year Agreement with Synergent for Symitar Episys Core Processing

Left to right: Synergent Senior Vice President of Operations Scott Johnsen, Five County CU CEO Julie Marquis, and Synergent President/CEO Todd Mason.

We are happy to announce that Five County Credit Union has signed a new seven-year outsourcing agreement with Synergent to provide Symitar® Episys® core processing.

“We are pleased to renew our service agreement with Synergent,” said Julie Marquis, CEO of Five County Credit Union. “The Synergent team is an extension of our own. They truly are a part of our success, offering the technology solutions we need to serve our members and exceed their expectations.”

Five County CU is headquartered in Bath, Maine, has over 28,000 members, and holds over $250 million in assets. Originally formed to serve the needs of Bath Iron Works employees, Five County CU’s field of membership now serves individuals who live, work, or worship in the counties of Androscoggin, Cumberland, Kennebec, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, Somerset, Waldo and Knox counties.

“We value our relationship with Five County Credit Union and appreciate their continued trust in our capabilities,” said Scott Johnsen, Synergent’s Senior Vice President of Operations. “Symitar’s best-in-market Episys platform, complemented by Synergent’s expertise, training, and management, is a winning combination for credit unions like Five County Credit Union. We know they depend on us, and that’s a responsibility we take seriously.”

Synergent and Jack Henry & Associates, Inc.® (Symitar’s parent company) have a long history of working together to serve credit unions and their members.