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Three Million Real Time Ealerts And Enotices Sent By Eeminder Clients
~ Cost savings in postage alone is in hundreds of thousands of dollars ~

September 15, 2011/PRWeb/ -- Over three million real time eAlerts and eNotices have been sent to date by eEminder credit union and bank clients to their members and customers, eEminder announced, marking a company milestone.

“My clients are ecstatic about the ability to deliver time sensitive actionable and transactional account information in real time to their members and customers, Tom Utsch, CEO of eEminder, said. “The value in providing better financial decision making is of great benefit to the member/customer. The cost savings to the financial institution is a no brainer, especially in this time of corporate belt-tightening.”

Interfaces to Open Solutions and Summit core systems are available now, but eEminder Mobile Banking, Real Time Alerting, and eNotices could easily be integrated into any core system.

About Eeminder

Eeminder Inc. provides mobile banking software to banks and credit unions which allows these institutions to offer full banking services, including mobile deposit, balances, activity, real time eAlerts, real time transfers, and electronic notices which replace paper notices and save $1 per notice not sent. eEminder’s products run via iPhone, Android, and Windows Mobile apps and via SMS text messaging and email. It has a patented process which turns ordinary sms text messaging into a multifactor compliant interactive transactional session. For more information visit

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