The $1.7 billion FAIRWINDS Credit Union in Orlando, Fla., said it has converted its online banking to a digital platform from Intuit Financial Services of Mountain View, Calif.
Along with transactional functions,FAIRWINDS’ 158,000 members can use personal financial management tools, purchase rewards and TurboTax within online banking, as well as mobile and tablet apps for Apple and Android devices, the company and credit union said.
“We are dedicated to helping educate our members and providing them with the best tools to serve their needs,” said Charles Lai, executive vice president and chief information officer at FAIRWINDS.
“By adding these critical digital banking solutions, we can help FAIRWINDS Credit Union create deeper relationships with members by providing members money-saving insights anytime, anywhere and on any device,” said Paul Johnson, vice president of sales and relationship management at IFS.
IFS said it now serves about 2,900 financial institutions, including approximately 500 that are using the FinanceWorks personal financial management solution, nearly 220 of them credit unions. The company also said that more than 60% of the credit unions that use IFS for mobile banking are now using the tablet apps, as well.
FAIRWINDS had been using a home banking solution from Fiserv Open Solutions and currently runs on a DNA core processing platform, according to the Technology Survey from Callahan & Associates.