MADISON, Wis. (3/29/12)--FI-MOBILE received the CUNA Technology Council's Best of Show Award for innovation in mobile solutions for financial institutions.
The CUNA Technology Council (CTC) recognized FI-MOBILE with its Best of Show Award during the Credit Union National Association's (CUNA) 2012 Governmental Affairs Conference, in Washington, D.C. From left, Chris Chippindale, vice president of enterprise initiatives, Ent FCU, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Heather Moshier, CTC chairman and executive vice president of information technology, San Diego (Calif.) County CU; Chris O'Brien, regional sales manager, FI-MOBILE; Steve Maloney, founder, FI-MOBILE; Bill Cheney, CUNA president/CEO; and Jeff Johnson, CTC vice chairman and senior vice president of information technology, Baxter CU, Vernon Hills, Ill. (Photo provided by CUNA Technology Council).
The award was presented during the Credit Union National Association's (CUNA) 2012 Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC), March 18-22, in Washington, D.C.
FI-MOBILE develops the UniFi platform, which gives financial institutions the ability to unite all mobile-enabled content into a single, downloadable application.
"FI-MOBILE understands a financial institution's need to offer and compete with various mobile solutions," said Heather Moshier, council chair and executive vice president of information technology for San Diego County CU, in presenting the award. "CU FI-MOBILE can deliver mobile apps with an average time to market of 30-45 days."
"We're honored to be selected as this year's top technology offering by the CUNA Technology Council," said Steve Maloney, founder of the FI-MOBILE. "We've proven that any financial institution can deliver the best mobile banking experience to their customers and members quickly and easily."
Since 2001, the CUNA Technology Council has presented the Best of Show award to the exhibitor that demonstrates a commitment to delivering technology that will further the growth of products and services in the credit union marketplace. Vendors' products are evaluated according to affordability, the benefit to credit unions and their members, a commitment to open standards currently in use, and health of the company.