After a relative period of calm adoption, mobile takes off in 2014.
Credit Union Financial eXchange aims to find strategies to reduce time, costs associated with systems integration.
Despites some branch closures, most were still able to serve members.
CU Times talked with three credit union technologists to find out where they will be spending their IT dollars in 2015.
Get ready for mobile banking 2.0, where credit unions will think for the member.
More than two dozen credit unions have been hit and some have suffered losses ranging from $100,000 to $400,000 in a home equity line of credit scam, according to Roger Nettie, a senior consultant of risk management at CUNA Mutual Group.
Three credit union technologies share where they will spend their IT dollars next year.
CUNA Mutual reports more than a dozen credit unions have suffered losses behind cybercriminals posing as members.
A lot has changed since the first credit unions opened in 1852. Today, members manage their finances through a variety of digital platforms including PCs, tablets, and mobile phones.
CHICAGO—New digital retail banking platform offers a single, consistent member experience.