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There are many different uses for data analytics at credit unions. And, it seems, there are as many data analytics providers as there are uses. We believe this is a good thing. However, we understand that the plethora of vendors can make it hard to find the right one. Moreover, even reviewing our data analytics […]
It’s the Credit Union podcast! CU 2.0 is excited to bring you the twenty-second in a series of podcasts from Robert McGarvey. Welcome to the CU 2.0 Podcast, regular interviews with credit union leaders, thinkers, movers, shakers and more. What do you think when you get an alert from your credit union offering you a 2.9% car […]
Our “A” members are the ones who know the difference between a credit union and a bank, believe it, feel it, and espouse it. They bring us all of their financial services business and tell all their friends. If you are interested in what credit union data analytics tells you about them then this post […]
If you work for a credit union and are looking for ideas on how to stem attrition or member loss, then this post is for you. This blog is part eight in Credit Union 2.0’s “Almost 99 Small Data Credit Union hacks” series and is based on the book Credit Union 2.0 – A Guide for […]
We only have a couple of posts left – but don’t fret – we have saved some of our best content for the end of our Almost 99 Small Data Hacks for Credit Unions – Guide series. Today, we are covering how to gain wallet share for your credit union from data analytics. Who doesn’t want […]
Now that we are more than halfway through our Almost 99 Small Data Hacks for Credit Unions – Guide series, it is time to switch gears a bit. This post features hacks that are entirely focused on expense savings. One credit union I worked at would survey its members regularly. The common sentiment was that the […]