Product & Service
John Deere Selects Liberty
WATERLOO, Iowa-The $840-million John Deere Community Credit Union (JDCCU) has chosen Liberty as its check printer. "We were looking for a check provider that would allow us to offer our members quality checks at an affordable cost," said DyAnn Longseth, JDCCU's Vice President of Marketing. The credit union serves more than 100,000 members through 14 offices.
For info: www.libertysite.com.
Auto Avenues Overhauls Website
DENVER-Automotive Avenues (AAI), an entity of Aimbridge Automotive Group, redesigned its website www.autoaves.com, which is the No. 1 credit union sales volume dealer in Colorado serving more than 50,000 members.
The Automotive Avenues site was designed by Redbeard Communications, a brand strategy and creative design firm that also developed The Aimbridge Group's website with the same look and feel.
Among the features: AAI's Member Auto Center (MAC). MAC is a free, personalized web page for an individual's automobile, which centralizes all maintenance information in one, updateable report.
FSCC To Offer 24-7 Call Center
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. And SAN DIMAS, Calif.- Members of credit unions participating in the Financial Service Centers Cooperative, Inc. (FSCC) shared branch network will now have 24-7 call center outlet access due to a new partnership with Digital Dialogue. The call center outlet will allow FSCC credit unions to offer most shared branch services around the clock, without additional staff, said Howard Hoemann, vice president of sales and marketing for Digital Dialogue. While deposits won't be possible, most other services available at a physical CU outlet will be accessible.
For info: www.digital-dialogue.com (or 1-800-205-4268), or www.fscc.com (or 888-372-2669).
2 CUs Select Sound Software
GLASTONBURY, Conn.-Sound Software, a subsidiary of Open Solutions Inc. and a provider of consumer, mortgage and commercial loan origination systems, said that among 12 new clients are two credit unions: Holyoke Credit Union in Holyoke, Mass., and ELGA Credit Union in Burton, Mich. "
The user-friendliness of the Sound product was definitely a factor in our decision to license the system," said ECU CEO Karen Church.
For info: www.opensolutions.com.