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Fiserv Selects WebCEO Reporting Tool

April 15, 2008

Brookfield, Wis. Fiserv, Inc., a leading provider of information technology services to the financial and insurance industries, has announced the integration of its automotive lending solutions with Conquest Systems’ WebCEO desktop reporting tool. This integration will allow automotive lenders to generate dashboards and other graphical reports for a better understanding of critical business drivers, statistics and operations, according to Fiserv.

Using data from the Fiserv loan origination and servicing systems, WebCEO performance measurement and reporting

software will allow automotive lending executives to generate graphical management reports such as average product yield, loan production turnaround times and default risk.

“WebCEO was designed to fit the environment of Fiserv Automotive Solutions clients by using their existing databases, servers, platforms and transformation load tools to reduce costs,” said Joe Willis, president for financial markets at Conquest Systems. “Optimizing existing technologies can help mitigate the auto lender’s risk and simplify the decision to select

WebCEO as a standard enterprise reporting tool.”

“Fiserv is committed to providing products and services, such as the integration of this best-in-class reporting tool, that

help our clients manage overall costs and find new sources of revenue,” said Kevin Collins, president of Fiserv Automotive

Solutions. “We believe that in a difficult environment, now is the time for financial institutions to invest carefully in ways

that will make them more efficient and responsive to customer needs when the current downturn starts to improve.”

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