Credit Union Times Magazine September 14, 2011

Front Page News

  • New ATM Group Welcomes CUs

    A new association of smaller, independent ATM deployers may provide credit unions with an additional ally on certain ATM regulatory fights, according to an executive with the new trade group.

  • Student Loans Earn More Than Interest

    Private student loans account for just 0.2% of the U.S. credit union loan portfolios, according to Callahan & Associates, but student loan CUSOs and credit unions that offer student loans believe they’re a worthwhile addition to any CU’s product suite, citing potential relationships with young members as a major benefit.

  • Credit Union ATMs: Get Ready For ADA

    The final deadline for ATMs to be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act is approaching. While many CUs have already taken steps to have their machines ready, others have not, according to industry executives.

  • Calming Corporate Angst as Processing Choices Come and Go

    The dizzying pace of corporate events and NCUA rulemaking last week left many CU managers wondering where to turn for help.

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  • Halleck: Rolling Up Her Sleeves at a Sand State CU

    Teresa Halleck is just one year into her tenure at San Diego County Credit Union, but she’s no newcomer to the credit union community. She’s been in the industry for nearly two decades. As she approached this mile marker in her latest position, Halleck took time to reflect on what...

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Tech Bytes

  • Coast Central Signs With PSCU

    PSCU Financial Services said it has signed the $906 million Coast Credit Union in Eureka, Calif., to a seven-year contract for online banking and bill pay services.

  • Computer Services Inc. Buys HEIT

    HEIT, the Colorado-based provider of cloud-based infrastructure, compliance and security services to more than 200 credit unions, is being sold to Computer Services Inc. of Paducah, Ky.

  • FLEX Plans Core Customer Webinars

    Computer Marketing Corp. said it is bolstering the training service it offers via webinar to its approximately 300 credit unions running on its FLEX core processing system.

  • Online Resources Signs Northwest

    Online Resources Corp. of Chantilly, Va., said it has signed the $2 billion Northwest Federal Credit Union in Herndon, Va., to a multi-year agreement for online banking and bill pay solutions.

  • FORUM Adds Mobile RDC

    The 105,000 members of the $939 million FORUM Credit Union can now deposit checks via smartphone.

  • COCC Cranks Up App Store Participation

    A client-owned Connecticut service bureau is now using an online apps store to help its credit union and community bank clients adapt their own technology more rapidly to market demands.

  • Great Lakes CU Recycles Old Cash With New Machine

    A new machine is helping to recycle old cash at the $529 million Great Lakes Credit Union’s new branch in Zion, Ill.

  • SELCO Community CU Goes with VSoft

    VSoft Corp. said it will be handling check processing for the $894 million SELCO Community Credit Union in Eugene, Ore., through the Atlanta company’s global data center.

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