The $544 million, 24,800-member University of Hawaii Federal Credit Union has a new website and online banking and mobile banking services.
San Antonio credit union picks Oregon mobile technology provider.
CU Service Network LLC said four more client credit unions are now offering their members mobile banking through the CUSO’s arrangement with CO-OP Financial Services.
Texas-based corporate – formed from the recent merger of Southwest Bridge Corporate and Georgia Corporate – is working with Malauzai Software Inc. of Austin, Texas.
Wisconsin credit union launches mobile banking through browers, text channels.
Adding mobile to online banking are credit unions in Iowa, Colorado and New Mexico.
Synergent Technology Services said it will be deploying remote service offerings at four of its client credit unions, all in its home state of Maine.
Utah CU offers 549,000 members access through Android, Apple, browsers and text.
The $781 million Altura Credit Union is now offering users of iPhones, Androids, BlackBerrys and other Internet-enabled devices free downloadable mobile banking applications.
The $490 million Rivermark Community Credit Union said more than 3,600 members signed up for its new mobile banking service since its Dec. 13 launch.