Abri Credit Union has extended and expanded its relationship with Fiserv. Following a competitive selection process, Abri Credit Union selected XP2 from Fiserv for account processing along with value-added capabilities for mobile banking, person-to-person payments, online banking, bill pay, and product and service messaging.
The USD300m credit union has more than 25,000 members and currently uses Fiserv solutions for electronic content management and financial management.
“In comparison to other solutions we reviewed in the market, we were most impressed with the Fiserv investment in product development, service levels and timely product releases. We anticipate our expanded 20-year partnership will help Abri Credit Union outpace the competition,” said Brian Cedergren, president and Chief Executive Officer, Abri Credit Union. “Building one-on-one relationships with our members – and helping them succeed financially – is what drives our success. Our selection of Fiserv products and services, including those for the digital channel, will help us continue to deliver the best experience possible for our members.”
“Abri Credit Union stands to benefit from advanced enterprise-wide technology and established integration offered by a broad range of innovativeFiserv products and services,” said Mark Sievewright, president, Credit Union Solutions, Fiserv. “Fiserv provides Abri Credit Union and many other organizations like it with the comprehensive technology solutions required by today’s competitive market conditions. With the expansion of our long-standing relationship, Fiserv looks forward to helping Abri Credit Union continue to meet its strategic objectives.”
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