The National Cash Register Corporation is responsible for inventing the first mechanical cash register and the commercialization of the first bar-code scanners in 1974, but keeping up with today’s technology might not be paying off.
Only USAA and Chick-fil-A beat out credit unions in a Temkin Customer Service Ratings survey.
Attackers are increasingly tricking targets into infecting themselves with bogus software updates, report says.
System builds on a software platform originally built for check cashing firms.
Matz, McWatters and others weigh in on the NCUA's new push for the ability to examine third parties.
NCUA Board Member J. Mark McWatters tells CU Times the regulator does not need third party supervisory authority.
The loan origination system, the engine behind neary every mortgage operation, may no longer be good enough.
Brian Quinn, assistant vice president for business services at the $857 million Franklin Mint Credit Union in Broomall, Pa., is the first to admit the system he's using to process member business loans is archaic and inefficient.
Start-ups in the digital currency industry might be able to apply for less restrictive license.
CUSO and credit union experts share what they're doing to provide members with the latest business services technology.