NEW YORK — Voice biometrics, debt collection transparency and a mobile tool developed by credit unions get audience buzz.
Fiserv disputes Symitar's claim of market share superiority.
Retailer says no PIN data has been compromised.
NCUA's green light for VTMs two years ago allows for faster new branch growth.
Employees provide more input into how to meet member expectations and demands.
After adding 44 new clients in the last year, Symitar says it has more $50M and up credit union clients than Fiserv.
The virtual drive-thrus aim to ensure new branches become more profitable quickly.
Security expert tells CU Times JPMorgan and others fail to invest in enough technology to protect against system access.
As the amount of data captured grows, lenders are discovering that new technology platforms present new risks.
CUSO and credit union experts share what they're doing to provide members with the latest business services technology.