They are the $428 million iQ CU in Vancouver, Wash., the $1 billion Royal CU of Eau Claire, Wis., and the $315 million SafeAmerica CU of Pleasanton, Calif.
Royal CU deployed the XpressAccounts solution and SafeAmerica is using the LoansPQ product, the company said, while iQ CU recently added XpressAccounts for both branch and online membership applications and new accounts to its existing LoansPQ deployment.
"Each of these credit unions had different needs and goals in automating all or part of their member financial services," said Tim Nguyen, chief information and technology officer for MeridianLink in Costa Mesa, Calif., adding that each also uses a different core processor.
"During the first couple of weeks that the system was available online, we received over a hundred applications-just by offering the link on our Web site without any additional marketing." said Erik LeMay, applications support manager for 109,000-member Royal CU.
MeridianLink provides enterprise business solutions to more than 26,000 end users in the financial services industry, the company said, including more than 300 credit unions using its account opening and automated lending software.