ACI Worldwide has announced that Maps Credit Union has selected ACI’s integrated online banking platform to power its online banking, mobile banking and bill payment services.
As many of its customers have moved to online and mobile banking, Maps realised the benefits that an integrated multi-channel banking platform would bring, as it expands upon its ‘mobile-first’ initiative of providing a service to members; in-branch, via desktop or mobile device.
“One of the major reasons for our success is that we measure all business decisions against our mission: ‘every member benefits’. We focus on giving members of our not-for-profit financial cooperative optimal products and services designed to meet their unique needs,” said Mark Zook, president and CEO, Maps Credit Union. “In order to deliver on our mission, we look for partners like ACI that have great track records and proven technology. ACI will enable us to improve our online banking, mobile banking and bill pay offerings and provide an exceptional member experience.”
“Maps Credit Union is an innovative financial institution successfully leveraging technology to deliver an optimal customer experience,” said Eric Labiak, senior vice president, ACI Worldwide. “We are excited to provide them with online banking, mobile banking, and bill pay solutions that continue to help them foster growth and improve member loyalty.”
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