Hoboken, NJ (January 31, 2011) – Credit Union Times, a Summit Business Media publication, today launched The Cutting Edge, a new monthly eNewsletter designed to keep on-the-go credit union technology executives up to date on tech news.
“Credit Union Times recognizes that credit union technology executives are constantly changing directions, whether implementing the latest in mobile banking or putting out fires,” said Editor-in-Chief Sarah Snell Cooke. “We want to make sure that in between all of the daily hustle and bustle, they are also able to keep up on what their peers are doing by delivering credit union technology news right to their inboxes.”
The Cutting Edge targets credit union IT execs, specifically covering news and data in online/mobile banking, core processing, and security, while also providing commentary from leaders in the field.
“The Cutting Edge was created in response to ever-evolving technology and credit unions’ attempts to stay abreast of the latest tools to offer its members,” said Publisher Tom Greve. “This monthly eNewsletter hones in on need-to-know news for technology executives in a convenient way, giving them more time to focus on which new products and features will be of best use to their credit union.”
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The Cutting Edge is the latest example of Summit Business Media’s value-added digital strategy. In the last 18 months, Summit Business Media launched multiple new eNewsletters and websites, including PropertyCasualty360.com in January 2011 and AdvisorOne.com in October 2010.
About Credit Union Times
CUTimes.com is the No. 1 independent credit union news website in the industry, delivering fast and accurate news relevant to forward-thinking credit union executives throughout the day. In-depth coverage is provided in Credit Union Times magazine weekly, 48 times a year.
About Summit Business Media
Summit Business Media is the leading B2B media company serving the insurance and investment markets. Through its Media and Reference divisions, SBM publishes 16 magazines, more than 30 targeted industry Web sites, and 150 reference titles. The Events Division hosts a dozen conferences supporting these brands. SBM’s Data Division is the leading provider of group benefits and retirement prospecting tools and insurance industry financial data. For more information, visit SummitBusinessMedia.com.
Sarah Snell Cooke
Lindsey McVay Brown