Fiserv, has announced that Community First Credit Union, headquartered in Appleton, Wis., has renewed and expanded its relationship with Fiserv. The USD1.7bn credit union is a longtime user of DataSafe account processing platform from Fiserv and has added Fiserv solutions for digital channels including Virtuoso for online banking, CheckFree RXP for bill delivery and payments and Mobiliti for mobile banking.
Serving over 100,000 members at 27 locations, Community First selected Fiserv due to the scalability and reliability of DataSafe to grow with the institution, including capabilities to expand commercial solutions for the credit union’s business members with customized reporting and ACH origination. The ability to add tightly integrated consumer online banking, bill pay and mobile solutions from Fiserv was also a strong factor in the decision.
“Community First was established in 1975 to improve the quality of our members’ lives by providing them with high quality, competitive financial products and services that anticipate and exceed their needs,” said Cathie Tierney, president and Chief Executive Officer, Community First Credit Union. “Fiserv continues to make a strong commitment to develop and invest in technology for the credit union industry, and our decision to continue and expand our partnership with Fiserv will be an important component of our future growth in providing financial services to the consumers and businesses in our region.”
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