Arizona credit union scores big with new mobile apps after thinking small. An in-depth look from Robert McGarvey, Credit Union Times' veteran technology writer.
After raising the wrath of some of its members who had grown used to a personal financial management tool, Unitus Community Credit Union made the hard decision to go with another firm.
Using two separate platforms for online banking and electronic bill pay services led to unnecessary hassles for the $1.3 billion American Eagle Federal Credit Union.
An electronic storage service that credit unions can offer their members to safely store financial documents at their online banking site has been rolled out by DigitalMailer.
DigitalMailer Inc. has launched a service that credit unions can offer their members to safely store financial documents at their online banking site.
The numbers dazzle. There are 850,000 enrollees in online banking and in any given month, there are around 400,000 unique member visitors. That is why, for Pentagon Federal, the $15 billion Alexandria, Va.-based credit union, its newly revamped online banking site is a big deal.
Mobility Matters is by veteran tech reporter Robert McGarvey. This week's topics include one very easy way to dramatically enhance smartphone security.
A mobile triple play describes a financial institution’s offering when it provides customers access to mobile banking in a total of three ways: mobile browser, text and mobile application.
More than 1,300 members have downloaded remote deposit checking apps from Rivermark Community Credit Union since March 1.
Beaverton, Ore., credit union said it's first in state to offer remote deposit checking, with 1,300 downloads since March 1.