Technology can boost noninterest income while deepening member relationships.
This week’s people news includes appointments and honors at numerous credit unions, TMG, CUNA and Fiserv.
The newly acquired assets will provide a suite of digital banking and electronic payments solutions.
Fiserv reports members who use mobile banking bring in 36% more money than branch-only members.
Electronic payments company sells its Community Financial Services business to Fiserv.
Experts explain how the mobile channel allows credit unions to drive engagement and build business.
Execs provide a behind the scenes look at a core conversion, which they say will help their credit union grow to $1B in assets.
Champion Dennis Dollar and runner-up Mark Sievewright send messages of thanks to readers.
Since 1990, core processing has shifted to include self-service channels and open architecture formats, giving credit unions a competitive advantage.
CU Times talks to Fiserv's Mark Sievewright, the CUTimes25 Final Four runner-up, about his lasting influence on credit union technology.