When the first credit union in the U.S. was opened in 1909, all banking was done by paper and, all transactions were manually processed. We have come a long way since then, but with new technology every year, there is always room for improvements. For some credit unions, now is the time for a complete core conversion to improve efficiency and allow for more data integration.
The October blood drive was a HIT! We couldn’t have been in more awe of how it turned out and the positive response that we received. With support from the Southern California Blood Bank, we were able to break our initial goal and exceeded far above what we hoped for.
Every credit union is unique in ways that are generically defined by their FOM. Unfortunately the basic facts and figures that define membership eligibility does not convey the magical community and beneficial services that can entice potential members to grow your financial realm. Building a narrative can change the imagery of facts and figures into metaphorical flowers and fairies. Here are a few steps to get story-telling: