CU*South said it has converted six credit unions to the CU*BASE software platform in the past 12 months.
Six-thousand member suburban Atlanta CU using platform from core processing provider Bradford-Scott.
Tyfone Inc. said the $944 million CoVantage Credit Union in Antigo, Wis., has launched mobile banking using the Portland, Ore., company’s mobile wallet services.
As mobile banking has matured over the last year or so, new features such as P2P and apps make this feature a must-have for credit unions looking to attract new members of any age.
Few people have ridden the growing wave of mobile banking – or perhaps helped drive it – more than Drew Sievers.
Mobile banking is now being offered by the $731 million WESTconsin Credit Union of Menomonie, Wis., to its 67,400 members.
The 70,000 members of the $536 million Listerhill Credit Union in Sheffield, Ala., are now being offered a wide range of mobile banking options.
Wisconsin credit union debuts in mobile market with triple play of browser, SMS, app banking.
Text banking has been added to the mobile offerings available to the approximately 190 credit unions running on the CU*BASE core processing system from CU*Answers, the Grand Rapids, Mich., CUSO said.
Check out this article and the slide show that follows to see how some credit unions are getting creative to help build young adult membership.