More than 250 members at the $439 million Sharon Credit Union in Sharon, Mass., have used the credit union’s new iPad app in the first six weeks after it was launched, the credit union said.
Just as one format for mobile banking enters the mainstream, another form is beginning its stampede across the financial services landscape.
The 388,000 members of the $4 billion Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union are now being offered two new mobile banking applications.
Software developed by EasCorp subsidiary Vertifi Software LLC.
A new application for the iPad promises to help mortgage-issuing credit unions further speed up and streamline the origination process.
New York City credit union launches mobile banking app for users of iPhones, iPads and the iPod Touch.
Vertifi Software LLC said it has now processed more than $1 billion in remote deposits since Eastern Corporate Federal Credit Union’s technology arm was launched in 2009.
iPads are allowing the staff at the $554 million Red River Credit Union in Texarkana, Texas, to process loan applications with members in the office or remotely.
You could say Brett Wooden, business development manager at Unitus Community Credit Union, jump-started a credit union iPad movement–and he’d be thrilled.
The latest version of Wescom Resources Group’s mobile banking platform is for credit union members with Apples in their eyes.