Ten more credit unions have recently gone live on the Better Online Banking platform from Jwaala LLC, the Austin, Texas, company said.
They are the $2.7 billion Mountain America CU in West Jordan, Utah; the $584 million CU of Southern California in Brea, Calif.; the $3.1 billion Lockheed FCU in Burbank, Calif.; the $936 million Washington State Employees CU in Olympia, Wash.; the $1.6 billion California Coast CU in San Diego; the $1.1 billion Numerica CU in Spokane, Wash.; the $569 million Interra CU in Goshen, Ind.; the $640 million Wildfire CU in Saginaw, Mich., the $443 million University of Michigan CU in Ann Arbor, Mich., and the $151 million Astera CU in Lansing, Mich.
The CUs all run on the Symitar Episys core platform, Jwaala said, and cited the user experience (including built-in PFM, business and mobile banking), flexibility and extendibility of the BOB solution for their decision.
Andrew Taylor, Jwaala’s CTO, said, “Today’s consumers are quick to change when they find technologies they like. With the trust of some of the industry’s top credit unions as clients and partners, we feel we are on the right path to making credit unions the preferred financial institutions for consumers.”
Five-year-old Jwaala was a CUSO of Amplify FCU before going private and said it now has 48 credit union customers.