CUSOs are formed for all sorts of reasons. Sometimes for access to tech, sometimes for lowered costs, sometimes for shared resources, and sometimes even all three. Scott Page shares some considerations credit unions should think through when forming a new CUSO.
Are credit unions partnered with CUSOs more likely to succeed? NACUSO’s Guy Messick and Callahan’s Jay Johnson dive into the numbers to explore the question of whether CUSOs really do make a difference to the credit unions they serve.
Need customer buy in when designing a new product or service? Jim Vilker examines the difference between simply building for your clients versus making them active participants in the creation of the services they will be using.
CU*Answers, Inc., the Grand Rapids, Michigan-based cooperative CUSO, and MY CU Services, the payment and technology CUSO of Vizo Financial, have launched a new strategic partnership to provide technical and operational services to the growing community of credit unions served by the two organizations.
Element 22 Commercial Group, with the help of ten credit union investors, makes the jump to a Credit Union Services Organization.