To Build and Harness the Power of Data Analytics for Credit Unions TAMPA, Fl. (Feb 8, 2019) Trellance today announced its acquisition of OnApproach. The acquisition combines two leading Credit Union Service Organizations (CUSO) to become the industry’s leading data analytics provider to credit unions nationwide. The acquisition agreement closed on February 8, 2019, with unanimous … Continue reading TRELLANCE ACQUIRES ONAPPROACH
Federal regulators are reaching out and helping credit unions and community banks with a series of changes.
The EMV migration and fraud liability shift continue in the United States, and some issuers are still going through a natural re-issue process for both debit and credit card products to issue chip cards to their cardholders.
The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection has set out on an agenda to better define the term “Abusive” in the Unfair, Deceptive, and Abusive Acts or Practices (UDAAP).
If issuers are waiting until closer to Black Friday to begin promotions to entice cardholders to use their card products, they will be getting out of the gate late.
Industries are constantly changing, shifting, and evolving. What are you doing to stay current and on top of trends?
A typical credit union downloads its report bundles daily from its processors. Do you know where your processor reports are being stored?
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Erika Hill, VP, Marketing, email@example.com TAMPA, Fl. (October 1, 2018) Trellance, the Tampa-based CUSO that is on a mission to deliver end-to-end products and services to realize growth and profitability for credit unions, announced its acquisition of IronSafe, an Illinois-based software company that offers data analytics. President & CEO of Trellance, … Continue reading Trellance Acquires IronSafe, CUSO Plans to Drive Growth to Credit Unions with Data Analytics
There have been many suggestions for use cases for Blockchain, the underpinning technology for many cryptocurrencies.
A major change to Remote Deposit Capture is coming this July, which may have an impact on whether financial institutions want to continue offering this service.