They are the $377 million City & County Credit Union in St. Paul, Minn., and the $139 million Summit Credit Union in Greensboro, N.C.
Numbers from ForeSee research again favor non-profit financial cooperatives; apps considered superior to mobile websites.
A blog post on the Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank’s website is blunt: to stay competitive financial institutions need to offer mobile remote deposit capture.
New York credit union says 1,000 members downloaded it in first two weeks, used it 700 times for more than $200,000 in deposits.
Vertifi Software LLC said it has added six more credit unions to the users list for its mobile remote deposit capture service.
Credit Union Centers using CO-OP Shared Branching to offer service.
Six more credit unions have committed to offering their members mobile remote deposit capture service from Vertifi Software LLC, a CUSO of EasCorp.
The $2.3 billion Virginia Credit Union said more than 1,000 of its 219,700 members made a deposit using their smartphones in July.
More than 470 checks were deposited in the first 10 days the service was offered, St. Louis credit union said.
Credit unions in Connecticut, Massachusetts and California add mobile check deposit capabilities.