When Central Willamette Community Credit Union started laying out the blueprints for several meeting rooms in 2005, some wondered if community groups would be interested in using the spaces as well.
There has been a lot of talk and discussion lately about one cloud and server virtualization capabilities. If you are like most people, you’re probably wondering what all the fuss is about.
Virtualization allows credit unions – along with any organization that requires the use of multiple servers – to save money, time and space to reallocate to other pressing areas.
As it turns out, the dual CEOs formally picked this month to run Southeast Financial Credit Union in Franklin, Tenn., are actually a threesome.
In this interview, Mark talks about why so many new hires fail so quickly, why soft skills are so important now, how the hiring landscape is changing, and more.
Having more than enough money to lend would seem to be a good problem to have. For many credit unions, however, the economy’s stalls and starts to recovery in 2011 kept members more focused on paying down debt and trimming expenses. Taking out new loans? Not so much.
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.
Not everyone will be looking for sweaters and smartphones this holiday season.
Jeff Russell may have started working with credit unions as a college freshman simply because the position at The Members Group paid better than food service, but the president/CEO of TMG Financial Services has since become credit unions' biggest advocate.
Don’t dismiss doodling – in the right hands, it can be a serious and useful tool that should be deployed when problems are most messy and topics most serious,