Michigan State University Federal Credit Union today announced that the $2.15 billion East Lansing institution has revamped its online banking, also known as ComputerLine, a service that presently records over one million log-ins monthly.
MSUFCU said in a statement that new ComputerLine features include, “an easier to use menu layout, more transaction history available, simplified navigation, the option to add notes and categorize transactions, an improved transaction search option, charts and graphs for the categorized transactions, and an increased ability to customize your ComputerLine experience.”
April Clobes, MSUFCU chief operating officer, elaborated, “We wanted to improve the overall experience members had when logging on to ComputerLine. The new ability to keep track of spending within ComputerLine through charts, graphs and reports will help members to stay organized with their finances and maintain a budget.”
A detailed look at the revamped ComputerLine is found in a YouTube video uploaded by MSUFCU.
MSUFCU - which calls itself the world’s largest university based credit union - claims 162,000 members.