Shared branching provider CU Service Network is offering its client credit unions several new services through CO-OP Financial Services.
They include ATM terminal driving, in-house credit, debit and bill pay services. CUSN already offers shared branching, mobile banking and deposit and CO-OP Member Center services through the big California CUSO.
The new services add to CUSN’s breadth as a full-service provider of electronic funds transfer solutions while adding operational efficiencies, the CUSOs said.
“By expanding our partnership with CO-OP, we can continue to offer our clients desirable products and services in a cost-effective, profitable and cooperative manner, and help them flourish now and in the future,” said Doug Burke, president/CEO of CUSN in Lakewood, Colo.
“CUSN has vast experience with our Next Generation Network-based offerings, led by CO-OP Shared Branching,” said Stan Hollen, resident/CEO of CO-OP in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. “Now CUSN will offer our EFT products based on the same knowledge of the needs of local credit unions and outstanding service.”
CUSN serves credit unions in Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Nebraska, New Mexico, Wyoming, Arizona, Texas and Oregon and said it will expand its market to offer the new products in Kansas and Utah.