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.
Writing press releases can seem daunting, but Scott Collins wants you to know it doesn’t have to be. Aim to inspire everyone in your company to get writing and sharing about the work they do with these simple strategies.
As we dance off into a new decade, Emily Claus takes a look behind to examine the top trends, technologies, and moments that defined the credit union industry in the 2010s.
Everyone learns in different ways, meaning it can be hard to know what methods will work best for new team members. Vice President of Client Services and Education, Laura Welch-Vilker offers insight into the most effective ways to train your new credit union staff, and what will provide the best long-term retention and understanding.
Heather French dives in on the importance of understanding your cards portfolio and how you can use this information to benefit not only your members, but the credit union as well.
Living the nine to five life can make it difficult to do business with your credit union. Kasey Hawkins sees the need for around-the-clock customer service, and she has a few ideas on how her (and your) credit union can achieve that.
Why do bank shareholders get a better deal during an acquisition by a credit union than member-owners in a credit union merger? Chip Filson breaks down the financial details of the two, and wonders why merged credit union owners get a raw deal.