COSTA MESA, Calif. — MeridianLink, provider of enterprise business solutions for 20,000-plus financial service organizations, said it had "strong" growth in the first six months of 2015.
The company said 60 new clients deployed its multi-channel platform, which includes XpressAccounts, an account opening system, and LoansPQ, a loan origination program. These 60 financial institutions are located throughout the United States and include: American Eagle Financial Credit Union in East Hartford, Conn.; Langley FCU, Newport News, Va.; Credit Union One in Ferndale, Mich.; and, North Island CU and USE Credit Union, both in San Diego.
MeridianLink said it added 116 new clients in 2014 and had "steady" growth over the prior three years. Its client list now includes financial institutions of all sizes, including a significant portion of the top 100 credit unions.
"We continue to add clients at a rapid pace while managing the additional volume and capacity demands," Tim Nguyen, chief technology officer for MeridianLink, said in a press release.
The company said it is in the process of making what it termed "significant updates" to its platform in anticipation of the RESPA-TILA Integrated Mortgage Disclosures Rule. In addition, MeridianLink offers integrations with more than 200 third-party vendors, which it said is more than any other multi-channel platform.
Some of the newer vendor partners MeridianLink is working with include providers that focus on lead generation and financial literacy tools, including SavvyMoney, Rate Reset and Shastic. Each of these vendor partners offers tools via mobile apps and online or social media channels that can integrate with the MeridianLink platform.