Kinect for Xbox 360, a controller-free, $150 gaming device that allows users to operate their Xbox consoles solely through bodily gestures and voice commands, has made a splash among video game and electronics enthusiasts. But is there a practical application for Kinect outside the gaming world–say, in credit union branches?...
A combination of factors has credit unions seaching for noninterest income in earnest.
Guest blogger Matt Davis works in applied research at the Filene Research Institute in Madison, Wis.
While it may be unclear if the two are connected, some financial advisers that use social media professionally are seeing higher revenue growth and larger client bases compared to advisers that do not use the network channels.
Where and how to spend scarce information technology dollars is the focus of a new report from the Filene Research Institute.
When consumers spend their money, they don't just spend it on businesses and organizations in exchange for goods and services. They also spend it on each other.
Social media has become a lightning rod for debate. While its detractors say it's all hype and its evangelists tout social media as marketing's great panacea, the reality of its merits lies somewhere in the middle.
The Filene Research Institute in Madison, Wis., is offering a new report aimed at helping credit unions get the biggest bang for the buck in information technology.
Some financial advisers that use social media professionally are seeing higher revenue growth and larger client bases compared to advisers that do not use the network channels.
Marc Rapport has been Credit Union Times' technology correspondent for more than a decade.