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Kern Schools Federal Credit Union implements CardWizard software for instant card issuance

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Aug 09, 2011  ||   ,

Kern Schools Federal Credit Union has implemented Datacard CardWizard software for instant debit card issuance at its seven full-service branches, in addition to three campus locations.

CardWizard software will enable KSFCU to instantly issue Visa debit cards which enables members to leave the branch with an activated, ready-to-use debit card immediately after opening a new checking account or requesting a replacement card.

Since 2008, Kern Schools Federal Credit Union has been utilizing CardWizard software only in its three campus service center locations throughout California’s Central Valley. The credit union recently expanded its use of CardWizard software to all of its seven full-service branch locations.

In addition, Kern Schools Federal Credit Union is utilizing the Datacard 150i card personalization system for instant card production and embossing. With the CardWizard software and associated hardware, the Credit Union instantly issues a variety of payment cards including personal debit cards, business debit cards and ATM cards. They also issue campus ID cards at their three campus locations.

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