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Internet-enabled digital devices continue to equalize access to information and level the playing field in every industry including banking. Internet banking resulting from the internet revolution of the early 1990s paved the way for digital equality between big banks and credit unions. Fast forward 30 years, and by 2010, personal computers reached 75% adoption in the U.S. according to the Pew Research Center. With personal computers, for internet banking, all one needed to do was to turn on the computer, login, connect to the internet, start your web browser, go to your credit union’s web server, login, and a few clicks later you were able pay your bills in the comfort of your home. This internet banking revolution was only the beginning of digital transformation in banking.

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