As programmers know, going through a core conversion can raise a lot of questions about the methodology and behind-the-scenes work. Diving into her programming expertise, Debra Finkbeiner shares the conversion process from a programmer’s perspective and what obstacles they may face during the transition.
Modern-day members expect 24/7, on-the-go access to their finances, meaning a credit union’s mobile app is more important than ever. Kristian Daniel lays out a strategy for keeping your mobile app useful, updated, and in the hands of your members.
Chris Shelton know that when it comes to planning your credit union’s backup and retention plan, it can be difficult to understand all the components that go into storing data and what will work best for your credit union. Thankfully, he’s here to help you figure it out.
Deciding on technology vendors is a complex and important process. To help you make the right choice, Matt Sawtell has compiled a list of things to consider when choosing which vendor will work best for your credit union.
In a follow-up to his lessons on going paperless, John Beauchamp covers why that last 10% of the process is so difficult to overcome, even when the technology is there and ready to use. Notarization may be the next domino to fall.
What’s the best way to market to your members on mobile apps? How do you balance providing information with a member’s sense of urgency? Ken Vaughn discusses different mobile marketing approaches and how to be informative without roadblocking users.