Callahan and Associates on Monday re-launched its 15 year-old website offering data and analysis, CreditUnions.com, with a focus on three new services.
Websites such as Amazon.com are often cited as the gold standard for the online experience, yet turning your credit union website into a carbon copy of a retailer site is neither practical nor wise.
The $544 million, 24,800-member University of Hawaii Federal Credit Union has a new website and online banking and mobile banking services.
Visit www.summitcreditunion.com, and you might forget you’re perusing a financial institution’s website. After deciding a simple, purely informational site just wouldn’t cut it, the $1.7 billion, Madison, Wis.-based credit union called upon its web management vendor, the Barre, Vermont-based L9, to create something interesting, customizable, and most importantly, interactive.
L9.com, a Web design CUSO in Barre, Vt., said it has signed two new credit unions and begun upgrades for three returning clients.