NAFCU Services Announces CUProdigy as Preferred Partner for Core Processing
Arlington, VA– NAFCU Services has selected CUProdigy as the Preferred Partner for Core Processing. CUProdigy joins the distinguished group of NAFCU Services Preferred Partners, carefully selected by three panels of leading credit union CEOs.
CUProdigy provides a modern, cloud-based core processing platform unmatched in openness, functionality, and pricing. It is browser-based and API driven, making third-party connectivity easy. Their simple $1 per member per month subscription pricing model and open ecosystem philosophy around third-party integrations provide credit unions nationwide a more flexible, cost-effective platform.
"The core processing technology that CUProdigy offers is truly revolutionizing the way credit unions run their day-to-day operations. CUProdigy has their sights set on credit union success and growth in the most fundamental way. With a more efficient core processing platform, credit unions gain the freedom to focus more on serving their members. We couldn't be more enthusiastic about this partnership, and are confident that CUProdigy will provide considerable benefit to our members," said Randy Salser, President of NAFCU Services Corporation.
"CUProdigy and NAFCU Services are very much aligned in our goals and values. We believe in credit unions, we believe in communities, we believe in doing the right thing. We are excited about this partnership, and the opportunity it gives us to positively impact more credit unions in a major way," stated Anthony W. Montgomery, CEO of CUProdigy.
About NAFCU Services
NAFCU Services is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU). For over 40 years, NAFCU Services has been connecting credit unions to the best industry partners. These companies deliver vetted solutions in areas such as technology, security, risk management, operations, insurance, payments, and more. Combined, these partners support virtually 100% of all credit unions. For more information, visit www.nafcu.org/nafcuservices and follow us on Twitter, @NAFCUServices.
CUProdigy is a Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO) staffed by passionate credit union professionals. They leverage cloud technology to deliver a very modern, versatile core processing platform, as well as virtual infrastructure services that can be used by any credit union, regardless of core. For more information, visit www.cuprodigy.com.
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