The $490 million Rivermark Community Credit Union said more than 3,600 members signed up for its new mobile banking service since its Dec. 13 launch.
The mobile offering is part of a new set of online banking services being offered by the 60,000-member Beaverton, Ore., credit union and includes a free iPhone/iPad application, account balance alerts, inter-institution account transfers and encrypted e-mail communication with credit union staff.
Rivermark Community also signed up for online banking, bill pay-including expedited same-day service-and personal finance management solutions from PM Systems Corp. of Chapin, S.C. It said it had been an Intuit Financial Services client.
"Our new online banking services-including mobile banking-are part of our commitment to make banking even more convenient," said Bobbi Brown, vice president of information technology at Rivermark.
"We see these online enhancements increasing the value of the credit union for its members and potential members," said Robert Broadwell, general manager of PM Systems, a subsidiary of Atlanta-based S1 Corp. that provides online banking and security services to about 190 credit unions.