Harland Financial Solutions, Mortgagebot and Compushare are to operate under the brand D+H, although their offerings will keep their individual names. The changes will be phased in over eight months, beginning in the United States.
"It is critical that clients, employees and the industry understand who D+H is, what we offer, how we work and partner with financial institutions and their connection to our company. The connection is clearer and simpler to understand when we work as a unified brand," D+H chief marketing officer Carrie Russell said in a press release Tuesday.
In August,Toronto-based D+H acquired Harland Financial for $1.2 billion. The acquisition significantly enhanced D+H's heft in the U.S. financial services technology market.
"Officially extending our entire offering into the U.S. under one brand is proof of our long-term commitment to serving banks, credit unions and other financial institutions," D+H chief executive Gerrard Schmid said in the release.
D+H offers lending, core banking, channel and payment solutions used by more than 6,000 banks and credit unions around the world.