Credit Union Mobile App Differentiation

By Preston Packer |

Jun

30

With mobile banking reaching its saturation point, credit unions now need to focus on product differentiation. It is no longer enough to just offer a mobile solution--it is now time to match mobile offerings with your member base. Remember, product differentiation is key, design excellence matters and your aim should be an incredible member experience.

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Does Your Credit Union Have an Award-Worthy Mobile App?

By Preston Packer |

Jun

24

As mobile banking continues to rise in popularity throughout the United States and the world, credit unions must pay special attention to the types of features they offer in their mobile app or they risk getting left behind. But how exactly do credit unions create a mobile banking app that not only handles the basics, but goes above and beyond setting itself apart from the rest of the competition?

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Beyond Basic Mobile App for Credit Unions

By Preston Packer |

Jun

10

According to the Business Insider’s Mobile Banking Competitive Edge Study, nearly 90% of credit union members claim they use mobile banking services. Additionally, more than 95% of millennials report using mobile banking. What this means for credit unions is that having a quality mobile banking app is now an essential part of doing business. However, not just any mobile banking app will do.

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An All-In-One Mobile App for Credit Unions

By Preston Packer |

Jun

08

The digital age has arrived and is here to stay. Credit union members have turned to digital and mobile banking apps to complete their everyday banking transactions. These changes in behavior combined with the rise of fintech companies such as Venmo and Paypal are forcing credit unions to enhance their digital banking services and mobile apps at a rapid pace.

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Best Practices for Your Credit Union Mobile App

By Preston Packer |

Jun

03

The growing demand for digital banking services and the rise of fintech companies into the banking space means that credit unions (CUs) have to change the way they do business in order to stay competitive. Members now want access to a variety of online banking services, and the credit unions that fail to provide them likely won’t be around too much longer.

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Credit Union Digital Lending Trends That are Here to Stay

By Preston Packer |

May

27

Today’s consumers have turned to digital solutions to handle all sorts of daily transactions. Unsurprisingly, e-commerce and the use of digital wallets have soared, and so have fintech companies that offer digital banking and digital lending services. Credit unions must keep pace and adapt to the changes in order to thrive.

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The Benefits of Digital Lending Platforms for Credit Unions

By Preston Packer |

May

05

One of the big takeaways from 2020 for credit unions was that digital banking services are not only going to be important for the future, but they’re also essential right now. To satisfy members’ expectations and compete with the rise of fintech companies, CUs must choose the best technologies and continue to enhance their digital banking capabilities.One of the most important elements of credit unions’ digital banking future will be offering competitive digital lending services.

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Go the (Social) Distance for Your Members with Mobile & Digital Banking

By Preston Packer |

Nov

26

The goal of any credit union is to satisfy the needs and wants of its members. Since the pandemic reshaped the world and transformed how we do business, member habits and behaviors have been changing and changing fast. It should be no surprise that as people try to avoid contagion, in-person interactions have declined significantly, and folks have turned to digital solutions to meet their needs. This trend has huge implications for credit unions around the country.

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The Upside of Digital Lending

By Preston Packer |

Apr

22

There's no ignoring a new brand of competition making a "rocket" fast rise in popularity: digital lenders that provide an exclusively online loan experience. The Global Digital Lending Platform Market size is expected to reach $11.6 billion by 2025, and CUs would be remiss if they passed on the chance to grab a piece of that. One could argue that this could mean bad news for credit unions, who sometimes have more limited resources compared to the big banks or larger FIs. Fortunately, many CUs and their technology partners have been preparing and innovating for years making the digital playing field a familiar realm.

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Member Awareness 101: In 10 Steps

By Preston Packer |

Apr

08

Making members aware of Credit Union digital products & services is half the battle. Members will use the tools that they know about and when branch hours are limited or eliminated members need to be aware of their options. When people are coming into the branch less frequently, be sure to keep sharing messaging in other ways to keep them aware of your offering.

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