NEW YORK — Despite the diverse competition, member data can put credit unions in a favorable position.
Time to say goodbye to tap-and-pay? Some say yay. Others: Not so fast, but no need to move on it, either.
An inquisitive nature and pursuit of answers to the simple question “why?” has helped lead Heather Lally, vice president of operations at Alliant Credit Union, to her dream job.
In less than two years, mobile payments are set to be accepted by 53% of merchants and the transaction channel is poised to start replacing cash and credit cards.
Website attack tools a dime a dozen, and powerful enough to take down an unprotected credit union.
Google Wallet all but dead, picture pay shows promise and more emerge from Finovate's spring show in San Francisco.
As credit unions slowly tackle the emerging mobile question, one thing has become certain: members both young and old are requiring ever increasing access to financial products and services to fit their hectic lifestyles.
Young people don’t want checkbooks, and it’s a reality that some credit unions may be ignoring.
Fiserv, FIS pushing to make person-to-person an instant affair, which may be the key to real adoption.
Michigan credit union goes through PSCU to become first to pilot new MasterCard service.