Credit Union Centers, the shared branching vendor in Indiana and Illinois, has added three more credit unions to its access-expanding effort.
Credit unions have seen quite a bit of membership growth over the last year–much of it due to the consumers’ disdain over the poor reputation commercial banks have earned lately. Credit unions, to their credit, have profited from this consumer windfall and are now showing many of these new-found members...
Credit Union Centers using CO-OP Shared Branching to offer service.
Symitar is launching its own collaborative marketplace for credit unions to develop, share and sell their add-ons to the Episys core processing platform.
PowerOn Marketplace is named after the customization tool the core processor offers credit unions to allow them to develop custom applications.
Credit Union Centers, a shared branching CUSO serving Indiana and Illinois, has announced that it will add remote deposit, mobile banking and call center services.
Shared branching provider inks $4.4 billion CEFCU, three smaller credit unions.
The 2,000-member Southwest Chicago Chapter Credit Union has joined CO-OP Shared Branching through affiliating with the Credit Union Centers, the shared branch vender managed with the Indiana Credit Union League.
With today’s economy still sputtering, credit unions–and just about any other organization across the nation–remain vigilant about cutting costs to survive and hopefully thrive when the economy returns to good health.
The $4.7 billion Citizens Equity FCU in Peoria, Ill, will now offer shared branching to its 279,000 members.