EasCorp said five more credit unions have signed up to offer their members remote deposit capture via smartphone and other mobile devices.
Suburban Philadelphia credit union adds to mobile services lineup.
EasCorp and its Vertifi Software CUSO said they have added four credit unions to the list of users of their remote deposit capture services.
Beaverton, Ore., credit union said it's first in state to offer remote deposit checking, with 1,300 downloads since March 1.
Four more credit unions commit to joining list of 78 now offering mobile remote deposit in 27 states.
The $5.4 billion SDCCU said it’s the first San Diego-based credit union to offer check deposit by smartphone.
Alliant, Truliant opt for DeposZip service from EasCorp's Vertifi Software.
Some of the same tech advancements that credit unions are leveraging to attract and retain members are proving just as attractive to a less savory element.
Adoption of commercial remote-deposit capture, which refers to business customer-specific RDC solutions, grew by just 10% in 2011 while mobile RDC has become a priority for U.S. financial institutions and vendors, said a new Celent report, “State of Remote Deposit Capture 2011: Signs of a Maturing Market.”
Indianapolis CU deploys smartphone check deposit technology from EasCorp subsidiary.