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  • CO-OP, TCUL Partnership

    CO-OP Financial Services and the Texas Credit Union League are adding mobile banking, remote-deposit capture and call center services to the services the league offers credit unions in Texas and Arkansas.

  • Duffett Named Sperry CEO

    Sperry Associates Federal Credit Union has named James Duffett its new president/CEO.

  • Sperry Associates FCU Names New CEO

    Nearly eight months after the NCUA and Sperry Associates Federal Credit Union entered into a letter of understanding and agreement, the cooperative has named James Duffett as its new president/CEO.

  • U.S. Consumers Now Give As Much Face Time to Web as to Tube

    Credit union marketers wondering where they can reach their members might consider this: The average U.S. consumer now spends as much time online as watching television.

  • Symposium Speaker Praises the Virtues of Small Size and Innovation

    Using small size to a credit union's advantage and the importance of providing an innovative member experience were among the points emphasized by Ed Brett of Westminster Savings at the CU Water Cooler Symposium.

  • On-Site Coverage: CU Symposium Speaker Urges a Return to the Basics

    Getting back to the roots of providing financial services and striving for a consistent level of service across all channels were among the points emphasized by Ed Brett at the CU Water Cooler Symposium on Thursday.

  • Houston CU Launches Website

    Social networking joins financial education with transactional power behind it at the new website for Smart Financial Credit Union in Houston.

  • S1 Corp. Claims 35 Mobile Contracts

    LAS VEGAS -- More than 35 customers on three continents have contracted with S1 Corp. to use its mobile banking application, according to the Atlanta-based e-commerce specialist.

  • P2P Added To Bill Pay

    Person-to-person payment functionality is now a part of the PayLynx online bill payment platform from PSCU Financial Services.

  • On-Site Coverage: S1 Corp. Touts Mobile Signups

    S1 Corp. said it now has signed up more than 35 customers on three continents as users of the Atlanta-based e-commerce specialist's mobile banking application.

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