Member Driven Technologies Offering MoneyDesktop
Member Driven Technologies said it now is offering the personal financial management solution from MoneyDesktop to credit unions running on the Symitar Episys core processing platform through its suburban Detroit data centers.
The Utah company’s PFM platform will be integrated into MDT’s online banking with the expectation it will help members improve their financial lives while increasing loan volume and profitability for the CUSO’s client credit unions, the CUSO and company said.
“With their ability to integrate smoothly with all of our online banking options and their history with debt management, we felt strongly that they were the right partner for our clients,” said MDT CEO Larry Nichols.
"MDT understands that providing the right technology empowers clients to drive key metrics and grow top-line revenue in ways that far surpass traditional tactics," said Dave Jaynes, president of MoneyDesktop.
Provo-based Money Desktop said it has now partnered with more than 20 re-sellers of its platform, which now is in use at more than 260 credit unions.