Fiserv Inc.'s second annual credit union client conference drew about 1,700 attendees to Las Vegas for three days of classes, product and service showcases and speeches, the company said.
More than 660 credit unions are represented at Innovate 2010, which included addresses from Scott Butler, president of the Credit Union Solutions at Fiserv, and Jeff Yabuki, the company's president and CEO.
Butler said 31 new credit union clients signed core account processing agreements in the past year and another 285 renewed agreements. Many also bought add-on solutions to integrate with their core platforms, he said.
In his keynote address, Yabuki spoke about how "the confluence of social, regulatory, economic and technology change was changing financial services, and how Fiserv was working with credit unions to help them remain profitable and member-centric amidst this digital transformation," the company said.
The conference, which concludes today, included 188 breakout sessions and a Tech Expo with 85 exhibits from Fiserv and third-party providers.
Last year's session in Nashville, Tenn., was the first since the company integrated its seven credit union core processing divisions into one operation and drew about 1,500 attendees, the company said.