Victoria, Canada 14 June 2016: Coast Capital Savings (CCS) has selected GAMMA, the T24 Monitoring tool of Abris for T24 online and COB monitoring along with other banking operations. Coast Capital Savings is Abris’s fifth GAMMA client in Canada after FirstOntario Credit Union (FOCU), Caisse Financial Group (CFG), Canadian Western Bank (CWB) and EQ Bank (EQB). Coast Capital Savings will have a GAMMA setup with full functionality but the main purpose is to monitor the COB. Abris have also introduced two new features in the current version of GAMMA for CCS called Online Service Runtime Monitor and View Sensitive Data permission, which is a data encryption tool. This solution encrypts the sensitive data at client, send the encrypted data on the network and store the encrypted data in the DB. It is possible to decrypt the data on the user dashboard only if the user has the privilege to view the same.
Abris team has started the initial phase of implementation from offsite in February 2016 and continued the rest of the implementation work at onsite in March 2016. During the onsite visit in March 2016, Abris team provided the Gamma training to the operators and system administrators and which helped them to do all the operations from Gamma. It also helped them to manage Gamma installation and configuration by themselves as per their requirement.
Gamma is capable of handling six different T24 installations per Gamma Server. Coast Capital Savings bought a total of two Gamma licenses from Abris, one for the test and another for the production.
About Coast Capital Savings:
Coast Capital Savings Credit Union is a member-owned financial co-operative headquartered in Surrey, British Columbia. By membership, it is the largest credit union in Canada with 535,000 members and $17.1 billion in assets. Coast Capital Savings has 50 branches in the Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley, and Vancouver Island regions of British Columbia.
Coast Capital Savings found its beginnings in 1940 as a co-operative of BC government employees later emerging as Pacific Coast Savings Credit Union throughout a series of mergers of local Vancouver Island credit unions. Seven years later, Surrey Metro Savings and Richmond Savings were formed in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia.
For more information, visit: www.coastcapitalsavings.com