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September 28, 2005

Online Banking Provider Gives Top 30 Bank Holding Company the Competitive Edge in Serving More Than 2,000 Corporate Customers

CALABASAS, Calif., -- Digital Insight

Corp. (Nasdaq: DGIN), the leading online banking

provider, announced today Compass Bank, a member bank of Compass Bancshares,

Inc. (Nasdaq: CBSS), one of the Top 30 bank holding

companies in the United States, renewed and expanded its strategic partnership

agreement for Corporate Banking services hosted in Digital Insight's data

center. The agreement, which dates back to 2001, was renewed through 2008 and

reaffirms confidence in Digital Insight's products, security, services and

support capabilities.

As Compass Bank continues its strategic expansion within high-growth

markets, Digital Insight's Corporate Banking services will continue to provide

a source of fee-based-revenue growth while enhancing the bank's ability to

serve and retain sophisticated commercial and corporate customers.

"Online cash management products continue to be critical in increasing

fee-based revenues for Compass, while providing our commercial customer base

with the service and convenience they need to grow their businesses," said

Joan Baraba, executive vice president of Treasury Management Services for

Compass Bank, a recipient of Digital Insight's 2005 Corporate Solutions Client

Award. "We look forward to growing our partnership with Digital Insight

through further enhancements to our Compass e-Access corporate banking


Through Digital Insight, Compass Bank's Compass e-Access platform provides

a range of cash management, information reporting, digital imaging and

transaction initiation capabilities that enable the bank to serve, retain and

grow its corporate client base throughout the Texas, Alabama, Arizona,

Florida, Colorado and New Mexico markets. Prominent features include ACH,

Positive Pay, Book Transfers, Wire Transfers and Electronic Report Delivery.

Under terms of the renewed agreement, Digital Insight Professional

Services will augment Compass' offering to include event-based alerts and

Enhanced Lockbox, self-service tools that enable corporate customers to more

efficiently manage their cash position. With event-based alerts customers can

request proactive real-time notification of key banking, balance and

transactional events through several channels including e-mail, fax, voice and

mobile text. Enhanced Lockbox allows customers to customize searches and

reporting of lockbox data, documents and images of checks as soon as the

information is available in the financial institution's lockbox processing

facility. This information can then be downloaded for the customer's use.

"Digital Insight is pleased to continue to help Compass Bank provide their

sophisticated commercial and corporate clients with the tools they need to

improve business results," said Digital Insight Chairman, President and CEO

Jeff Stiefler. "This renewal is testament to the quality of Digital Insight's

solutions, client service and our ability to meet the needs of institutions

with a large base of end users."

With 5.7 million consumers and 95,000 businesses actively using Digital

Insight's online banking platforms, Digital Insight remains the largest

outsourced provider of Internet banking services in the United States.

About Compass Bancshares, Inc.

Compass Bancshares, Inc. is a $29.5 billion Southwestern financial holding

company that operates 385 full-service banking offices in Alabama, Arizona,

Colorado, Florida, New Mexico and Texas. Compass is among the top 30 U.S.

bank holding companies by asset size, and ranks among the top earners of its

size based on return on equity. The company's earnings per share have

increased for 17 consecutive years, and dividends per share have increased for

24 consecutive years. Shares of Compass' common stock are traded through the

NASDAQ stock market under the symbol CBSS. Additional information about

Compass, a member of the S&P 500 Index and Dow Jones Select Dividend Index,

can be found at

About Digital Insight

Digital Insight(R) Corporation is the leading online banking provider for

financial institutions. Through its comprehensive portfolio of Internet-based

financial products and services built upon the company's unique architecture,

Digital Insight enables banks and credit unions to become the trusted

transaction hub for their retail and commercial customers. Digital Insight

offers consumer and business Internet banking, online lending, electronic bill

payment and presentment, check imaging, account-to-account transfers, website

development and hosting and marketing programs designed to help increase

online banking end user growth and more. Each Digital Insight product and

service reinforces the strength of its financial institution clients.

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Litigation Reform Act of 1995

This release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the

Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such statements are based

on management's current expectations. Because of various risks and

uncertainties, actual strategies and results in future periods may differ

materially from those currently expected. Additional discussion of factors

affecting these forward looking statements is contained under the caption

"Risk Factors" in Digital Insight's most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K and

Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q filed with the Securities and Exchange

Commission. Digital Insight undertakes no obligation to update publicly any

forward-looking statements.

What are people saying about mortgages today:

Rates on 30-year mortgages edged down last week to a seven-month low. Mortgage-giant Freddie Mac reported Thursday that 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages fell to 6.3 percent, down slightly from 6.31 percent two weeks ago. It put rates at the lowest level since they were at 6.24 percent the first week of March.

Bank of Hawaii, Central Pacific Bank, Territorial Savings Bank and Wells Fargo Home Mortgages all cut their 30-year mortgage rates to 5.75 percent this week.

Most people think of a mortgage as a means to an end. After all, you buy a house, not a home loan. But a mortgage is much more than the path to homeownership. It is a financial instrument that must be managed, just like any other financial investment.