Most credit unions have been using Microsoft Office for years. But the legacy versions have been surpassed in efficiency by their successor. Office 365 is the new and improved version of the tried and true Microsoft programs. There is a big demand for businesses to undergo digital transformations.
Credit Unions are behind on several key trends—especially when it comes to technology. One the one hand, credit unions must balance technological needs with service, growth, and profit. Yet those needs sometimes compete with outside factors such as fintechs, compliance, IT security, and ever-changing regulations.
There are many ways to launch a new fintech startup. Getting good PR, knowing the right people, and partnering with established institutions all work very well.
But at some point, you’ll need a digital presence. Not only does it lend credibility to your organization, but it guides curious parties to your brand—and your solution.
If you want to get started with digital marketing, there are five strategies you need to know.
A meme made its way onto Forbes a couple of months ago. Somehow, we didn’t see it until this week. But the content bears repeating here:
Who led your digital transformation?
In the meme, option C is circled. If you don’t get the joke already, let me ruin it by explaining it to you:
Has your credit union’s audit process been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic? Do your findings take too long to clear? Does your team struggle to find and leverage past results?