They are $486 million Deseret First CU of Salt Lake City, $518 million Seattle Metropolitan CU and $787 million Los Angeles Firemen's Credit Union.
The three credit unions are enhancing their use of The Complete Credit Union Solution core system from Open Solutions Inc. by using UC4 Software to automate batch workloads and enhance reporting, thus reducing processing times and increasing visibility of business processes, the Bellevue-based company said.
Eight other credit unions committed to UC4 software in 2008, the company said, including Fairfax County First CU, Bronco First CU, Community 1st CU, Boeing Wichita CU, Eastman CU, Northwest Community CU, Central City CU and US Alliance First CU, the company said.
UC4 Software said it now has more than 1,800 clients, including credit unions, banks, Eastman Kodak, American Suzuki Motor Corp., Symantec, General Electric and Verizon.
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Meriwest Credit Union is now offering mobile banking.
The 93,000-member, $1.3 billion institution is using MShift Inc. as its provider of mobile banking functionality, including bill pay, account transfers, balances and transaction reviews.
"As the coming generations of credit union members become more involved in managing finances, they expect this type of communication and accessibility channel," said Tony Cortez, vice president of marketing at Meriwest (www.meriwest.com).
Meriwest has operations around the San Francisco area and in Tucson, Ariz. MShift (www.mshift.com), also based in San Jose, said it now provides mobile banking software to more than 150 financial institutions.