Fiserv, Inc. has announced that OnPoint Community Credit Union, is empowering members to better manage their finances through the implementation of a full-featured suite of digital banking services from Fiserv.
With the addition of Corillian Onlinefor online banking, Mobiliti and Mobiliti: Tablet for mobile and tablet banking and AllDataPFM for personal financial management, OnPoint is offering an integrated digital banking experience that can cater to specific member needs.
“The enhancements to our digital banking services were driven by a desire to give our members what they want today, with an eye toward tomorrow,” said Rob Stuart, president and CEO, OnPoint Community Credit Union. “This is about giving members more control over their money, and equipping them with the tools they need to make better financial decisions. We view Fiserv as a partner that can grow with us as we work to provide a better member experience.”
Money movement is also easier for members, as they can use their OnPoint account as a hub for multiple types of payments and transfers. Members now have access to same-day and overnight bill payment options, as well as the ability to transfer money between financial institutions.
The Popmoney person-to-person payment service provides an easy way to send money to or receive money from family, friends or others, even if they are not OnPoint members.
“Progressive financial institutions like OnPoint are approaching online, mobile and tablet banking not as isolated channels, but as a holistic digital experience,” said Erich Litch, division president, Digital Channels, Fiserv. “By delivering an integrated suite of digital banking services, complemented by advanced money movement capabilities, OnPoint is delivering a better overall member experience.”
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