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Working Past Pandemic - Remotely
April 15, 2020
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April 3, 2020
The Manufactured Recession
April 2, 2020
Relevance in a Time of Coronavirus: An Opportunity for Local Community FIs
March 26, 2020
Relevance in a Time of Coronavirus: The Death of the Mobile First Strategy
March 25, 2020
A Couple Trillion Reasons to Get Serious about Digital Currency and Control of Community/Consumer Data: The Coronavirus Bailout Package and a Brave Ne...
March 24, 2020
Distribution of The Coronavirus Stimulus via Digital Wallet Could be on Its Way!
April 5, 2016
Jon Ungerland (CU Insight)
Whether you realize it or not, your credit union is already in the technology business. You offer all sorts of technology tools – online banking, mobile apps, personal financial management, debit cards, etc. – to help consumers manage their money and interact with your credit union. But while you’ve loaded up your retail members with all the conveniences that technology has to offer, many of your business members are struggling to remain relevant in a world dominated by major chains with major technology budgets. In this respect, business members are clearly underserved, and credit unions have done very little to change that, instead taking a “that’s not our problem” approach. But the economic stability of the community is your problem – and your responsibility.
Consider your local pizza parlor.