Transformations in the mobile banking arena will be a hot topic among credit unions in 2012. According to Morgan Stanley, within five years, the number of mobile Internet users will surpass the number of desktop Internet users.
Hockey icon Wayne Gretzky had the right strategy when it came to outwitting his opponents on the ice.
Austin CU finds 65% of members have visited a branch in past 60 days.
Service allows its 122,000 members to bank through any Internet-enabled device.
What might look like a typical thumb drive to members of Northern Lights Federal Credit Union may actually be what regulators consider a top-tier secure and compliant way to access the Internet for online banking and shopping.
Combined CU will have about $3 billion in assets, 166,000 members in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Technology changes at an exponential, and rapid, speed that causes many decision makers to overlook its possibilities.
With all the talk about social media these days and the ongoing revolution in both mobile and tablet devices, the primary question will be how to deliver usable content in a cost-efficient manner to leverage these new devices.
While most of us were busy dealing with regulatory assessments and fiats, an unrelenting onslaught of new consumer protections and compliance mandates, our business was changing.
San Antonio Credit Union has a CEO transition plan. It’s been developed over a long time, and it calls for a shift in management style.