Is Bank Transfer Day more hype than consumer revolution?
Aite Group's Ron Shevlin says CUs should recognize windfall happened "not for who they are but for who they aren't."
Innovation, creativity and, most importantly, action all merged together at the CU Water Cooler Symposium held at the FORUM Conference Center in Fishers, Ind.
FISHERS, Ind. — Ron Shevlin, senior analyst at Aite Group, has a simple message for credit unions, “Don’t believe any numbers without question.”
Gathering tabbed as the "un-conference" set for Sept. 29-30 at FORUM CU's conference center in Indianapolis.
As smartphone popularity grows – and not just across Gen Y, but all generations – some experts say so does the demand for mobile banking functionality.
Don’t make the mistake Jeffry Pilcher's social media reality check for bashing.
A new person-to-person payment service launched by three major banks poses more of a long-term challenge than short-term threat to credit unions, an analyst said.
Speaker says social media without strategy is like tool without a purpose.
Mobile banking users are not necessarily more affluent than nonmobile bankers, according to Boston-based research firm Aite Group, and credit unions should invest in debit cards, prepaid cards and merchant-funded awards to attract new members.