Our 2016 Annual Meeting: Photos, Video & Recap

Posted On: May 26, 2016
Category: May 2016
header_invite Our 2016 Annual Meeting was Thursday, May 19th. It was a huge success - one of our largest Annual Meetings to date. We invited Bernard Brun, Director of Desjardins Group out of Montreal, Canada, to speak on FI collaboration at our event. As the the theme of our Annual Meeting this year was "Shake It Up," it was fitting to have a speaker discuss how the fifth largest financial institution in North America (Desjardins Group) is willing to cooperate and collaborate for the greater good of its members. This is a trend that we see is quickly becoming critical for US credit unions. Want to hear what Bernard had to say about how Desjardins collaborative structure works? Click here to watch a video of the slides and presentation. Also, take a look at the photos below to see if you can find yourself, or someone you know! IMG_5337 IMG_5341 IMG_5331 IMG_5363 IMG_5329 IMG_5342 IMG_5330 IMG_5333  ]]>
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We are Now Offering CUProdigy Cloud

Posted On: May 26, 2016
Category: May 2016
cloud We are excited to announce that we have expanded our relationship with CUProdigy to offer the CUProdigy Cloud service. Take a look at the press release below to learn more, and as always, contact our business development folks if you have any questions about the product at info@cusn.com.   ******* CU Service Network Expands Its Relationship With CUProdigy; Will remarket CUProdigy Cloud Services Layton, Utah – May 16, 2016: CU Service Network, a Colorado-based CUSO, today announced that it is expanding its relationship with CUProdigy, a leading technology CUSO with member credit unions nationwide, to include the CUProdigy’s cloud services offering. CU Service Network was already a marketing partner for CUProdigy’s core data processing platform. “We’re always looking to deliver innovative technology products and services to our credit unions,â€? said Daniel Burk, Senior VP of Business and Product Development at CU Service Network, “so adding CUProdigy’s cloud services was a natural extension of our relationship and expands our back office strategy.â€? He added that with interest in cloud-based services growing daily, he expects the new offering to be popular among their credit unions. “With so much regulatory pressure on credit unions, it only makes sense to outsource as much as you can to a trusted partner,â€? said CUProdigy president Anthony Montgomery. “That’s why we’re such a great fit with CU Service Network. Both organizations share the same commitment to making credit unions successful.â€? According to Montgomery, virtually any back-office server can be moved to CUProdigy’s private cloud.  ]]>
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Survey Results: CU Pain Points and Their Feelings on Shared Services

Posted On: May 26, 2016
Category: May 2016
survey A few months ago, we announced that you may be getting a survey on your thoughts about collaboration and shared services in the credit union industry. Well, the survey is complete, the results are in, and the stats are interesting – to say the least. 60 credit union CEOs across the Plain states and Rocky Mountain region participated in the survey, sharing what their credit union struggles with and how they feel about sharing services to reduce expenses and grow efficiencies. Below are the results of the first question we asked. Interested in seeing the rest of the results? Sign up to be added to our result distribution list – you will receive the full report in the upcoming few weeks. 11]]>
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What is CU Ledger?

Posted On: May 26, 2016
Category: May 2016
culedger By Doug Burke, President/CEO of CU Service Network CU Service Network was invited to attend a meeting on the technology called Blockchain. The purpose of the meeting was to introduce the audience to the technology and the potential use and design as a Universal ID for credit unions. The technology for credit unions has been branded CU Ledger. To help you better understand the technology and the shared vision being developed, take a look at these two documents:  ]]>
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