Allowing members to manage their financial products remotely isn’t a luxury for credit unions these days. It’s a necessity. Especially for university-oriented credit unions, whose members are likely to move away from their primary service areas, online and mobile access is a must.
The $3.9 billion Police & Fire Federal Credit Union in Philadelphia is now offering its 198,000 members a banking app for their iPhones and Androids.
Bradford-Scott Data Corp in Indianapolis said 23 credit unions switched to its home banking platform in 2011.
The conversion will take place in August and also will include mobile and home banking, the credit union said.
Jack Henry & Associates said it has moved 16 credit unions running its Symitar core platform in-house to the company’s service bureau offering in the past 18 months.
Suburban Detroit credit union launches updated Remote Service Department with green theme included.
Sixteen credit unions have moved their Symitar core processing operations from in-house to outsourcing through the company’s service bureau offering in the past 18 months.
Conference attendees were spitting bullets and seemed ready to pummel various matters, and a few people, that got in the way of slaying the beast.
Amid the sun, sand and waves on the Wailea Beach of Maui, something evil lurked last week at The Paragon Group’s Volunteer Leadership Conference. It wasn’t far below the serene and relaxed surface and without much effort it managed to swallow the ballroom whole. That beast was palpable in the...
Tarrah Palomino-Prim, assistant vice president of web services at SAFE Credit Union, believes there’s no such thing as an idea too crazy for consideration.