The 549,000 members of the $5.1 billion America First Credit Union in Riverdale, Utah, are now being offered new mobile banking options.
When UniWyo Federal Credit Union learned that its members, many of whom are college students, liked to manage their money online using sites like Mint.com, the credit union took matters into its own hands.
Utah CU offers 549,000 members access through Android, Apple, browsers and text.
Members’ preference for on-demand information doesn’t have to mean the end of personal relationships.
It’s easy for credit unions to make assumptions about Gen Y. For example, they’re all techies in search of the latest gadget. The only way to grab their attention through advertising is with bells and whistles. And forget seeing them inside a branch–they only bank at ATMs or on mobile...
A system upgrade at the $1.5 billion Kern Schools Federal Credit Union caused frustration for members who said they could neither access their accounts nor reach anyone for help.
With “technology” as your name and Silicon Valley as your home, you'd better be able to serve up the goods.
Guest blogger Chris Barber, a veteran of more than 20 years in information technology, is a former CIO of WesCorp and now a consultant to credit unions.
Meriwest Credit Union of San Jose, Calif., announced it has issued its 1,000th youth account card in a year.
Young & Free has landed in St. Louis courtesy of Vantage Credit Union. The more than $642 million credit union has kicked off its search for a spokesperson to be the voice of local 18- to 25-year-olds.