Friday, November 28, 2014
How One CU Is Increasing Online Banking and Mobile Growth Rates Big Time
GENEVA, N.Y. — To better compete with regional competition, Finger Lakes Federal Credit Union enhanced its digital banking and payment capabilities, which has increased online banking usage by 34% and mobile growth by 128%.
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WEST JORDAN, Utah — As the fifth largest credit union branch network in the nation spanning five states, Mountain America CU figured out a way to provide secure wireless access to all its members and employees while saving money. more »
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — In late 2013, Cabrillo CU had a goal of reducing paper-based processes by 30%. By adopting a comprehensive document imaging and enterprise content management (ECM) solution that milestone was surpassed, which allowed employees to build stronger member relations. more »
BURBANK, Calif. — By looking outside its IT and data-processing department, Logix Federal Credit Union automated nearly 70% of its data processing workload. more »
JACKSONVILLE, N.C. — Automating branch scheduling here has saved Marine Federal Credit Union more than $200,000 annually. more »
Biometric authentication seems all the rage now that Apple uses fingerprint ID in its mobile wallet, but the Bitcoin ATM provider RoboCoin has concluded that biometrics can be more of a hassle than a help. more »
It sounds innocuous, like the name of a household cleaning product, but Dridex is the latest in a string of online banking malware programs with devastating capabilities. more »
HAMPSHIRE, United Kingdom — More than 2 billion mobile phone or tablet users will make some form of mobile commerce transaction by the end of 2017, up from 1.6 billion this year, according to a new study. more »
PURCHASE, N.Y. — A total revamp of Quorum FCU's website has resulted in an average of 750 new users each month and three design awards from leading media and marketing associations. more »
MADISON, Wis. — In an effort to make members' virtual banking easier, UW Credit Union here built an in-house, one-size-fits-all web solution for all operating devices — from PC to smartphones. more »
ARLINGTON,Va. — NASCUS kicked off its inaugural cyber security symposium last Thursday, and judging from attendance, there will be a repeat performance next year. more »
WASHINGTON — Merchant and financial services groups are again at odds over cybersecurity policy, sparring over who's to blame for recent data breaches and how lawmakers can ensure greater protections. more »
Consumers' loose habits around their account passwords and mobile devices will force credit unions and banks to take stronger security measures, a recent study suggests. more »
TAMPA, Fla. — Efficient member onboarding is a continuing challenge for most credit unions, which is why Grow Financial Credit Union decided to test tablet technology to sign up members' offsite, but with a personal touch. more »
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This spot from IH Mississippi Valley CU shows just a few of the ways consumers hunt for a new home, while also subtly showing off ways to access the credit union via phone, tablet and laptop.
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