The $748 million, 54,500-member Texas Trust Credit Union in Mansfield, Texas, is now offering a mobile remote check deposit service.
Billion-dollar credit unions add remote deposit capture to mobile banking offerings.
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The $2.1 billion, 188,800-member Coastal Federal Credit Union in Raleigh, N.C. has added check capture by smartphone.
The partnership between the Fairfax, Va.-based FedComp Inc. and the Boise, Idaho-based Database Management Services Inc. is a demonstration of how two technology vendors can marry their strengths to best serve their clients.
The 117,100 members of the $1.1 billion Idaho Central Credit Union can now use mobile check deposit on their smartphones and tablets.
Pocatello credit union said the remote deposit capture service uses the MShift mobile banking platform and RDC technology from Ensenta.
The CUNA Technology Council awarded FI-MOBILE of Round Rock, Texas, its Best of Show honors during the recent Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington, D.C.
The firm is a startup by Teres founders Dan Cheney and Steve Maloney and is the developer of the UniFi mobile banking platform.