SilverCloud Signs New Users for Knowledge Management Tools
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- SilverCloud Software says it has signed six new credit unions and a state league as users of its SilverCloud Knowledge System and expanded its business with eight other CUs and CO-OP Financial Services.
The company says new users include the 187-member Tennessee Credit Union League, $1.2 billion MIDFLORIDA FCU of Lakeland, $670 million Empower FCU of Syracuse, N.Y., $658 million Los Angeles Police FCU, $492 million AltaOne FCU of Ridgecrest, Calif., $326 million La Capitol FCU of Baton Rouge, La., and $150 million Sudbury CU of Copper Cliff, Ontario, Canada.
Expanded users in addition to CO-OP, which serves 1,600 credit unions, are $879 million State Department FCU in Alexandria, Va., $561 million Hanscom FCU at Hanscom AFB, Mass., $508 million U.S. New Mexico Credit Union of Albuquerque, $254 million Call FCU in Richmond, Va., $204 million ELGA CU in Burton, Mich., $158 million SouthWest Community FCU in St. George, Utah, and $145 million Tucson Old Pueblo FCU in Arizona.
SilverCloud says more than 150 credit unions and CU organizations, representing more than 8.5 million end users, now use its software to supply information to employees and members.