Foundational Building Blocks for Vendor and Core Independence

Feeling disconnected from third-party vendors and not having control over your banking core can lead to detached experiences for financial institutions and their consumers.

Through Application Programming Interface (API) integration, financial institutions can accelerate their business by taking back control over third-party vendors, their banking core, and the consumer experience. 

Join us and our guest speakers from Gulf Winds Credit Union and PortX, as they discuss their recent partnership and how a new API integration architecture provides foundational building blocks for connected, consistent experiences for members while setting them up for simplified future third-party and internal system connections. 

  • Discover ways in which API integration can accelerate your business
  • Learn how you can reclaim your banking core data and minimize core dependencies
  • Hear directly from Gulf Winds Credit Union and the impact API technology will have on their future projects





Adam Lee 
AVP of Consumer Lending, Gulf Winds Credit Union


Mitch Olinsky
VP of Enterprise Applications, Gulf Winds Credit Union


Charles Colt
VP of Customer Engagement, PortX





Dan Shehan
Digital Strategist, FTSI