For nearly two years, I’ve been analyzing Gen Y–their preferences, where they’re coming from and what makes them tick–and suggesting how credit unions can tap into their market every month in this column. In 2013, Credit Union Times will retire the Gen Y Back Talk column, so this past month...
Sifting through emails, digging through documents and asking colleagues about their progress on projects are cumbersome tasks that can consume excessive time for any organization.
Credit unions generated $10.7 billion in noninterest income as of the end of the third quarter in 2012 — the highest nine-month total since 2009.
“Reality Check is not about celebrity speakers or a lot of trinkets in the exhibit hall,” said NJCUL President/CEO Paul Gentile.
The new software gives credit union staff members the option of emailing teller receipts to members instead of printing them.
Credit union members who opt into fraud text alerts receive texts asking them to verify or report a flagged transaction.
The partnership between the Fairfax, Va.-based FedComp Inc. and the Boise, Idaho-based Database Management Services Inc. is a demonstration of how two technology vendors can marry their strengths to best serve their clients.
Any major operational change at a credit union, such as a move, merger or core system conversion, can cause an influx of member service requests and potentially a call center nightmare.
For credit union executives planning a core banking system conversion, feelings of fear and stress are common. Throw another factor into the mix, like a merger, and the conversion process becomes that much more overwhelming and complex.
Enterprise Credit Union under state control; former manager's sentencing set for Feb. 11.