Mobile site should help credit unions keep up with mobile consumers, firm says.
Personal financial management tools can offer members a convenient way to budget and save while providing a plethora of data about their spending habits, other banking relationships.
Spokane, Wash., credit union goes with IT-Lifeline for vaulted DR and compliance tools.
Consumers are increasingly tapping their smartphones and tablets to manage their money, a trend that may push personal financial management tools into the mainstream and open new opportunities for credit unions to help their members in real time.
Reducing deposit fraud cases is an important goal at any credit union. At University Federal Credit Union, one incident in particular triggered the need for a new solution that would allow it to take a preventative approach against this common form of fraud.
The term business intelligence and its acronym BI are so pervasive in today’s data-intensive lexicon that it’s a challenge to know just what to make of it.
The post Hurricane Sandy lessons learned keep coming in as it becomes plain that some credit unions had woefully inadequate disaster recovery and business continuity plans, but other institutions kept operating despite the devastation that hit much of New Jersey and New York City.
One loud take-away from Sandy: Every credit union needs a disaster recovery plan. Check out this preview from next week's print edition.
Credit union members are increasingly demanding more online interaction from their institutions. The request is forcing credit unions to adjust websites and self-service portals to accommodate members.
Opportunity to build enduring relationships by leveraging the mobile channel is within reach. But credit unions must act now, before their members direct their payments elsewhere.