BSI Releases Updated E-Forms
HOUSTO-The $25-million Baylor College of Medicine FCU has selected TNB Card Services to provide credit card services to its 6,000 members. The contract was signed in the first quarter of 2001, and the credit union's accounts were converted in February 2002. The agreement will provide credit card services to BCM FCUis 6,000 members. TNB provides full-service card processing through an alliance with First Data Corporation.
CenCorp Delivers Images Online
UTICA, Mich.-Using a solution provided by InetSolution, inc., credit unions that use Central Corporate CU as their share draft processor can now deliver instantly cancelled share draft images to members via the Internet. The technology used is inetSoltuion's ImageShare. Members can view or print share draft images, and e-mail or fax the images directly from the web. They can also request draft changes online.
For info: www.inetsolution.com.
FMG Offering 'Extra Value'
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-Financial Marketing Group (FMG), a subsidiary of the Alabama league, said it has created the VISA Extra Value Member Savings program to offer members savings opportunities on brand name products and services with categories including: home, health, shopping, restaurants and entertainment values. The turnkey program includes a CD-Rom with four-color and two-color statement stuffers, brochures, take ones, flyers, posters, newsletter and e-mail copy on each of the Member Savings Programs; a link to the MemberWorks website, and a dedicated toll- free number especially designed for credit union enrollment.
For info: Angel Mefford at 800-846-8374 ext. 2135 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ItsProfound.com Adds Content
COLUMBUS, Ohio-ItsProfound.com has turned one year old. The online provider of marketing materials said that during its first 12 months it featured more than 120 successful marketing campaigns from credit unions all across the nation. Each featured campaign includes an in-depth narrative discussion the campaign including specific information on the targeted audience, the offer, the results achieved, budget, and what the credit union marketer would do differently. A viewable Adobe Acrobat PDF file enables users to see the finished marketing materials. For info: www.itsprofound.com.